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Tue, 05 Jan 2021 19:00

Morecambe Bay Sunset Series: Forests, Footprints and Fauna

Follow in the footsteps of the Bay's ancient inhabitants with Dr Alison Burns, expert on prehistoric footprints.

Morecambe Bay's ever shifting sands regularly expose ancient land surfaces where prehistoric communities hunted thousands of years ago.

A prehistoric woodland landscape is revealed by fallen tree stumps embedded in the clays and its use by Stone Age hunter-gatherers is preserved as animal remains and footprints.

The land surfaces and features are exposed through tidal processes and storms, sometimes only for a matter of hours before the next tide removes all evidence.

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Tue, 19 Jan 2021 19:00

Morecambe Bay Sunset Series: Orchids, ferns and sundews

Steven Lipscome, Back on our Map (BOOM) Species Officer, will guide us through some of the endangered plants of Morecambe Bay

Find out more about some of the rare plants that are being restored and protected by the University of Cumbria's Back on our Map project. Steven Lipscombe, from the BOOM project, will share the secrets of these species, discuss why they are now so rare or vulnerable in south Cumbria, and tell us what is being done to give them a helping hand.

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Wed, 23 Sep 2020 8:00 to Thu, 31 Dec 2020 8:00
Update on events in light of COVID-19

All of us at Morecambe Bay Partnership are thinking of our friends and supporters as 2020 continues to be a difficult year.

Tue, 24 Nov 2020 19:00
Morecambe Bay Sunset Series: Introducing the Hazel Dormouse

The hazel dormice population is struggling in Britain, with over half gone since just 2000. What can be done to reverse this trend, how can reintroductions help and what does a local reintroduction of dormice look like?

Tue, 08 Dec 2020 19:00
Morecambe Bay Sunset Series: Discovering Our Urban Wildlife

When we think of nature, we often think of the countryside - rolling hills, rocky shores and all the wild places in between. But it's easy to overlook the wildlife that lives alongside us in our towns and cities.

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