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Mosses & Bryopytes in Lewis & Harris

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Mosses & Bryopytes in Lewis & Harris

Post by christinej » 08 Feb 2014, 15:55

We are trying to arrange an Introduction to Mosses and Liverworts walk in Lewis or Harris during the first part of March. If you are interested in participating, please contact admin@ohbr.org.uk.
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Re: Mosses & Bryopytes in Lewis & Harris

Post by christinej » 20 Feb 2014, 11:05

The arrangements for the Introduction to Mosses and Liverworts walk on Lewis have now been confirmed.

Saturday 15 March, 10.30.am
Isle of Lewis. Meet at Loch View Overnight Parking Area for Camper Vans and Caravans, identified by a blue sign to that effect on the south side of the road.
Situated on the A858 one mile west of the Lochs turn-off towards Achmore and Garynahine, grid ref NB 3402 2770.

You will need rubber boots/ wellingtons, bring hand lens if you have one, also small plastic bags if you wish to collect any specimens.

We hope that the weather will be more obliging with this event, but be prepared for postponement.
As usual information will be posted on the OHBR Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Outer-Heb ... 545?ref=hl) and website (http://www.ohbr.org.uk/)

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