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Pwllheli Bioblitz

A Bioblitz is a race against time to record the variety of wildlife found in a specific location. Join us on Sunday July 7th at Lon Cob Bach car park in Pwllheli to help us record as many wildlife sightings as possible.

Between 10am and 3pm there will be an opportunity to call in at the Bioblitz basecamp at Pwllheli to learn more about the species we’re hoping to find during the day and take part in wildlife themed craft activities. 


A full timetable of activities have been planned with an array of wildlife experts ensuring we’ve explored as many of the different habitats found in the area as possible.


All activities are free.

10am - Moths

Join Cymdeithas Edward Llwyd as they unveil the moths captured in the traps overnight. The moths can be seen all day so pop along to learn more.

10:30am - Plants

Join Jo Porter, Dolydd Llŷn for a walk looking at the flora and fauna of Pwllheli. She will be looking for native and invasive species, and will discuss their medicinal uses and both threats and benefits to the local ecology.

12pm - Spiders

Join Richard Gallon from Cofnod and the British Arachnological Society on a guided walk which will introduce you to some of interesting species and behaviours of spiders.

1:30pm - Marine Wildlife

Join Dawn Thomas from the North Wales Nature Trust for a marine walk searching for shark eggs and other creatures that use the marina as their home. 

3pm - Birds

Join Jack Slattery from the RSPB on a walk to search and record some of the birds around Pwllheli. On the walk you will learn about some of the resident and migrant birds of the town. 

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Questions? Get in touch.

If you have any further questions or enquiries regarding the Pwllheli BioBlitz please get in touch, we are more than happy to help.

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