You can brush up your identification skills, help on a conservation task, see a rare species or just enjoy a beautiful site.
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Meet some wee woodland beasties, including live moths caught last night for the national Moth Night survey and discover who lives in the pond at Burnett Park!
Discover summertime moths, which should include some of the spectacular Hawkmoths.
Once again we are hosting our event for National Moth Night jointly with Norfolk Wildlife Trust, this time at the ancient woodland site of Foxley Wood
Join local moth recorders for national Moth Night at St. Cyrus National Nature Reserve.
Join the Gloucestershire Branch for this event which is on the first day of Stroud Nature 2016. It will be combined with other activities during the day, both at the farm and at Stroud Brewery and is also a Moth Night Event. More details will be added nearer the event.
Join the Gloucestershire Branch and see what moths have been recorded in the overnight traps at this jewel of a reserve.
The Moth Night event will be run in correlation with the Northants Moth Group at Fermyn Woods
Discover some smaller residents of Belwade Farm as we first open light traps set overnight to catch moths before releasing them - find out how you can help these fascinating insects and others that pollinate plants.
Join the Cumbria Branch on our first public moth event at this limestone grassland site, where extensive management work has been undertaken by our members.
Join the North East Branch on field trip to see the day-flying Forester moth, grassland butterflies, dragonflies and damselflies.
Come and visit the Butterfly Conservation stand at the Celebration for Kemnay Art event, which this year includes a hunt for model butterflies around the village!
Join the Cornwall Branch on this moth night. Moth specialist Adrian Spalding will be leading the event and setting moth traps.
This is a privately owned woodland that has never been moth-trapped before. The owners have kindly allowed us access to survey for moths. Traps will be run during the previous night and who knows what we might discover?!
Join the Herts and Middlesex Branch on a morning walk to see summer butterflies, including White-letter Hairstreak, Marbled White and Purple Hairstreak. We will also inspect the moth trap run last night.
Join us to see the contents of our moth traps from the night before. Traps will be opened at 10am and there will be our experienced members to help identify the moths
Join the Devon Branch and the Devon Moth Group, moth trapping at this extensive site - the more traps the merrier!
Join us on this morning and/or afternoon tour of the open heath and woodland margins at Red lodge Heath SSSI to take part in the Big Butterfly Count. Families welcome!
We are again joining forces with Norfolk Wildlife Trust at their Cley reserve to explore the fascinating lives of insects. Join us for guided walks, talks, and activities throughout the day.
Join the Devon Branch and the Devon Moth Group at a very promising old Oak woodland site, adjacent to the largest flush on Dartmoor. The target species is the Marsh Oblique-barred moth, which is Nationally Notable.
MOTH IDENTIFYING SESSION - Join Rangers and moth recorders as they empty the moth traps which have been running overnight. This event is free to attend, though a car park fee is payable on entry to the park. To book a place for this event, please contact the Rangers on 01241 860360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and visit the Butterfly Conservation stand at Duthie Park Environment Day
Join the Dorset Branch on one of two guided walks in the stunning south Dorset landscape and a chance to help with the Big Butterfly Count.
Discover the marvellous moths caught in live traps set overnight on the Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve, followed by a search for day-flying moths and butterflies as time and weather allow.
Enter the mysterious world of night creatures!
Mothing in fabulous mixed woodland; this event will no doubt produce an exciting plethora of records!
These two woodlands are seldom visited by BCNI and are certainly under-recorded in terms of lepidoptera.
This event will be part of an open day held by Highland Liliums Garden centre. If weather conditions are reasonable, a good variety of moths should be caught.
Saturday 30/07/2016 (20.30) - FENNY COMPTON TUNNELS
Moth Night (FREE) led by David Brown
Join us for a bumper Moth Night with some six lights in various areas - we are hoping for 100+ macro moths!
There are outcroppings of limestone in the Tomintoul-Glenlivet area which support a lime-loving flora which is very localised in the Highlands. Our moth trapping will target such an area near Tomintoul since it is possible that there are moth species present whose foodplants are part of the lime-loving plant community.