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April 16, 2009

Transect Volunteers - Kirkconnell Flow

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , — Neil Gregory @ 7:15 pm

Message received from Beth Wilson:

“I am the reserve officer for Kirkconnell Flow National Nature Reserve (a lowland raised bog with mixed woodland) located close to New Abbey in Dumfries. I have set up a transect at the reserve and would like to find a volunteer(s) to carry out a weekly survey from April-September.

If anyone is interested in helping out please contact Neil Gregory from the committee page:

http://www.southwestscotland-butterflies.org.uk/committee.shtml

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