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UK MEGA 2014 - Tree identification for Geocachers

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- UK Mega Event 2014 -

Tree identification for Geocachers


Spier's School Grounds
Barrmill Road


Monday 28th July
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Don't know your Ash from your elbow? Then this event is for you!
An event for Geocachers who would like to identify common tree species to help them locate caches quickly and efficiently.

The North Ayrshire Council Ranger (Rosserllwyd) will lead you on a tour of the grounds and arboretum to show you the common tree species as well as what characteristics to look for when identifying trees and shrubs.

Drive into the Spier's parklands through the double gates off Barrmill Road and park in the designated area. Bring suitable clothing for the weather and stout shoes/boots.

There will be a marque for people to meet up for geo-chat and swap trackables.
No toilets on site or food outlets. Beith is 2 mins away.

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