Nature lovers can discover just how easy it is to enjoy the Lincolnshire coast’s rich variety of wildlife in a special event at Mablethorpe Library.
Local naturalist and biodiversity expert Paul Espin will be sharing his decades of experience in an entertaining and informative talk.
Biodiversity on the Lincolnshire Coast takes place from 10.30am until 11.30am on Saturday, January 24.
The event includes details of the area’s flora and fauna, as well as how best to spot individual species such as the Grey Seals that are breeding now at Donna Nook.
Paul said: “Lincolnshire’s coast isn’t just beautiful – it’s also famous for its variety of wildlife.
“There are as many as 230 different species found in the county, putting it on the natural world’s list of internationally important locations. As the coast is so accessible, people can visit whatever the time of year and always be able to see something. I hope my talk will inspire people to make the most of it.”
The event follows a week of displays at the library, focusing on Biodiversity Action Plans for the Wash and Lincolnshire.