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.

Brown Hairstreak

West Midlands: Blackthorn Bash (am) and Butterfly Walk (pm)

Sunday 7th August 2016, 10am-3.30pm
Grafton Flyford, Worcester

Join the West Midlands Branch for scrub bashing in the morning at a private woodland near Grafton, followed by an afternoon walk in search of Brown Hairstreak butterflies. This event takes place during Big Butterfly Count.

Chalk Hill Blue

Cambridgeshire And Essex: Butterfly Walk

Sunday 7th August 2016: 11am
Magog Down, East Of Great Shelford, Cambs

Join the Cambs and Essex Branch on a walk to see summer butterflies. This event takes place during Big Butterfly Count, the largest insect citizen science project in the world - why not download an ID chart and take part in a 15-minute count during the event?

Brown Hairstreak

Devon: Preston Down Brown Hairstreak Walk and Survey

Sunday 28th August 2016: 11.30am
near Paignton

Join the Devon Branch for two separate walks (11.30am or 1pm) looking for Brown Hairstreak butterflies and their eggs. Surveying for eggs on the Blackthorn hedges will be shown, so you will be able to check your home patches of Blackthorn.

Brown Hairstreak

Norfolk: Field Trip To Chambers Farm Wood

Sunday 4th September 2016, 11am-4pm
Chambers Farm Wood, Near Bardney, Lincs

Join the Norfolk Branch on a joint trip with the Lincolnshire Branch to look for the late emerging Brown Hairstreak butterfly.

Marsh Frit

Devon: Marsh Fritillary Butterfly Larval Web Hunt

Saturday 10th September 2016: 1.30pm
Cookworthy Devon Wildlife Trust Reserve, near Halwill Junction

Join the Devon Branch on a Marsh Fritillary larval web hunt and learn how to spot these webs of this beautiful endangered butterfly, as this is often the best way to record the strength of a colony.