Events

You can brush up your identification skills, help on a conservation task, see a rare species or just enjoy a beautiful site.

To find an event near you just select your branch area (see In Your Area to find the closest branch to you) and then click the Filter button. You can also refine your selection using the Categories on the left-hand panel.

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Devon: Plymbridge Woods Moth Event

Friday 29th July 2016: 9.00pm
north-east Plymouth

Mothing in fabulous mixed woodland; this event will no doubt produce an exciting plethora of records!

Moth Trapping At Kiltarlity

Saturday 30th July 2016
Highland Liliums Garden Centre, Kiltarlity

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.

Purple Hairstreak

Northern Ireland: Earlsgift Wood

Saturday 30th July 2016: 10.30am
Earlsgift Wood, Donemana, County Tyrone

These two woodlands are seldom visited by BCNI and are certainly under-recorded in terms of lepidoptera.

FENNY COMPTON TUNNELS Moth Night

Saturday 30th July 2016: 8.30pm
FENNY COMPTON TUNNELS

Saturday 30/07/2016 (20.30) - FENNY COMPTON TUNNELS Moth Night (FREE) led by David Brown

Elephant Hawk

Lincolnshire Moth Night

Saturday 30th July 2016, 9.30pm-11.55pm
Chambers Farm Wood nr. Bardney

Join us for a bumper Moth Night with some six lights in various areas - we are hoping for 100+ macro moths!

Tomintoul Moths

Sunday 31st July 2016, 10.00am-2.00pm
Tomintoul Area

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.

Moth Mania At The Marshes

Saturday 6th August 2016, 10.00am-2.00pm
Insh Marshes NNR near Kingussie

A look through moth traps as part of the reserve’s annual monitoring of Dark Bordered Beauty moth, found at only three locations in Scotland. Last year, the moths were so late to emerge that none were seen at this event in late July but there were plenty of other moths to enjoy. This year, the event is a bit later in the season so hopefully we will see our target species.

COUGHTON PARK Moth Night

Saturday 13th August 2016: 8.00pm
COUGHTON PARK

Saturday 13/08/2016 (20.00) - COUGHTON PARK Moth Night (FREE) led by David Brown

Dorset: Upton Heath Moths and Butterflies

Friday 19th August 2016, 9.00am-1.00pm
Upton Heath near Poole

Join the Dorset Branch and Dorset Wildlife Trust at 9am for an inspection of the overnight moth trap followed at 11am by a butterfly walk looking for Grayling butterflies and other wildlife.

Speyside Centre Moths

Sunday 21st August 2016, 10.00am-1.00pm
Speyside Centre near Dulnain Bridge

The Speyside Centre provides a sheltered car park surrounded by woodland. Moth traps will be run here the previous night and we will see what we catch. Hopefully, moths may be attracted by the range of flowers in the garden centre.

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East Scotland Borders: Moth-ing @ Harestanes

Friday 26th August 2016, 8.00pm-10.30pm
Harestanes Country Visitor Centre

An opportunity to see some colourful late summer moths in the wooded areas of Harestanes Country Visitor Centre.

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Glasgow Botanics Moth (& Bat) Evening

Friday 2nd September 2016: 7.30pm
Glasgow Botanic Gardens, 730 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G12 0

Come along to see how we trap & record moths and find out why we do it. Clyde Bat Group are also attending to take you on a bat walk & tell you about bats.

Peacock

Northern Ireland: Kilcoan Gardens

Saturday 3rd September 2016: 10.30am
Kilcoan Gardens, Islandmagee

Join us in search of some migrant moths in the beautiful Kilcoan Gardens

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Cumbria: Moths at Grubbins Wood

Friday 9th September 2016: 8.30am
Arnside, Carnforth

Join the Cumbria Branch and Arnside Natural History Society on our first moth event in this marvellous limestone woodland and grassland. Lights and traps will be used in differing habitats, hopefully to attract a large and varying range of species.