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Can you spot a Scarlet Tiger Moth a Yellow Archangel or a Daubenton’s Bat?

Are bats thriving in Milton Keynes? What wildflower species are under threat? What sort of habitats do moths thrive in?

This summer find out more about local wildlife and diversity by taking part in talks and guided walks in the gardens of Westbury Arts Centre.

The programme of nature-based talks and explorations are led by members of the Milton Keynes Natural History Society. (MKHS) which has been promoting interest in the wildlife and flora of Milton Keynes since its inception in 1968. Its members record wildlife sightings across the city and run a programme of events to help the local community enjoy and engage with our wildlife. MKNHS has kindly offered to work with Westbury Arts Centre to lead a programme of nature-based talks for the local community in the gardens at Westbury this summer.

Details of the events:

Moth Breakfast 

Saturday 22 June | 9am – 11am  Learn more here

Saturday 3 August | 9am – 11am  Learn more here

All ages. Children under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

Discover the wildflowers, plants & trees of Westbury Arts Centre

Wednesday 24 July | 10am – 12noon  Learn more here

Suitable for adults only.

Bats at Westbury

Thursday 5 September | 19.15pm – 21.30pm  Learn more here

Adults and children over 8 years of age. Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

Find out more and book your place on an event now. Places are limited and likely to sell out fast.

An image of an apple tree at Westbury Arts Centre
Garden at Westbury Arts Centre


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