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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A further visit to Salcey Forest searching for Purple Emperor, White Admiral, Silver-washed Fritillary, Purple Hairstreak.
Join us on a field trip to see the Purple Emperor, led by its champion.
Join the Cambs & Essex Branch for a walk in this beautiful National Nature Reserve, which is also a Ramsar site and Special Area of Conservation.
Join the Cheshire & Peak Branch for a walk of approximately one mile down Coombs Dale.
Join the Dorset Branch on this all-day guided walk along the cliff tops.
Join the Yorkshire Branch on a field excursion to Wintersett Angler's Country Park
A walk across this moss to the SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) at the far end of the site. Half of this moss has been dug up for garden peat, the other half has been left as a pristine moss. We wish to see whether the Large Heath butterfly can still be found here.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Cornwall Branch in searching for butterflies like the Dark Green Fritillary and Silver-studded Blue on this beautiful SSSI and National trust Reserve.
Fermyn Woods is part of the ancient Rockingham Forest. It is an attractive site with grassland and ponds as well as the extensive woodland.
Guided walk with fine views
Moths traps will also be set the previous night and opened in the morning. Target species – Oblique-striped and Marbled Clover.
All arrangements highly dependent on weather - see details
This is a South Wiltshire Group trip to see and learn to recognise some of our rarer butterflies in the county.
This part of the coast is good for Lulworth Skippers and in a good year attracts various migrants. Bring a packed lunch.
Please join the Devon Branch on this trip, where well over 100 species of moths can be seen if the weather is seasonable, including Aspen feeding rarities, grassland and woodland species.
Join the Hants & IOW Branch at their Magdalen Hill Down Reserve at one of the best times of the year to see the butterflies and the wildflowers, plus it's the launch of Big Butterfly Count - come and help us to count butterflies!
Join us on a field trip to the Holies for summer butterflies
Join Butterfly Conservation's Devon Branch at one of the country's best sites for the Wood White butterfly. You will have a chance to see the second brood of this species, see what moths were caught in the trap from the previous night and carry out a Big Butterfly Count - the worlds largest survey of its kind.
Join the West Midlands Branch on a wild weekend in Worcestershire!
Join the West Midlands Branch in this ancient woodland on a walk to see woodland butterflies.
Join the Cumbria Branch on this Big Butterfly Count event, where you can also see White-letter Hairstreak and Northern Brown Argus butterflies.
Join the Cambridgeshire & Essex Branch for a walk in this ancient woodland to hopefully see a profusion of Silver-washed Fritillaries and other summer butterflies.
Join the Sussex Branch on this walk to see Chalk Hill blue, Marbled White and other downland butterfly species. We will also be doing a Big Butterfly Count!
Please join the Sussex Branch on this walk to find the Chalk Hill blue, Small and Common blue butterflies, as well as the Marbled White and Dark Green Fritillary butterflies. We are also hoping to do a Big Butterfly Count!
A comprehensive exploration of the SWT Balgavies Reserve with the objective of recording as many species as possible over 24 hours. Activities will start on the Saturday evening. with moth trapping and wine ropes starting around 7:30pm. Traps will be opened at 10:00am on Sunday with butterfly walks during the day.
Join the Surrey Branch on this trip to see butterflies and take part in The Big Butterfly Count!
There is an interesting meadow just across the Old Spey Bridge with a variety of wild flowers along the edge of it beside the Spey. We can also walk back along the minor road where there are a couple of areas which are home to the Northern Brown Argus.