Frohawk Walk led by biologist and author Dr June Chatfield on the anniversary of the birth of Frederick Frohawk, English zoological artist and lepidopterist. He spent his first honeymoon in the New Forest. In 1996, his third daughter Valezina (named after a form of the silver-washed fritillary) inaugurated a commemorative sign marking the "Frohawk Ride" in the New Forest. During a distinguished career Dr June Chatfield was Curator of the Gilbert White Museum at Selborne for 10 years. Walk duration 2.5 hours. Sorry, no dogs. This walk will be cancelled if bad weather.