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 joint meeting with the Beds and Northants branch to see the Wood White
Joint meeting with the Desborough Wildlife Group at Salcey Forest looking for Wood Whites and general wildlife. Meet at the ‘horsebox’ car park on Midshires Way, Grid ref. SP 801509 at 11 a.m.Leader Doug Goddard
Come and explore the disused railway line from Barnstone towards the Grantham Canal, a continuation of the line from Bingham, searching for early summer butterflies and dragonflies.
This is a trip to look for the elusive Black Hairstreak.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Cornwall Branch on this beautiful butterfly walk amongst the sand dunes, including an exploration of a new Silver-studded Blue butterfly site near Godrevy.
Butterflies, day-flying moths and micro-moths
Yorkshire Branch annual visit to Shipley Station Meadow
Join our Black Hairstreak champion to see his butterfly.
Glapthorn Cow Pastures Searching for Black Hairstreaks. Park in the lane opposite the wood entrance. Grid Ref. TL006903. 10.30am Leader Doug Goddard.
A trip to this interesting area, where we hope to see the rare Northern Brown Argus and Dark Green Fritillary butterflies. In the afternoon e will go onto another local site for these and hope to see them here, if we missed them in the morning at the Bell. If you want to stay for the afternoon, then please bring packed lunch.
East Midlands Branch joins up with South Notts Wildlife Trust for a field trip exploring the disused railway line running south from Bingham. Target species summer butterflies, and a possibility of Marbled White.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Devon Branch on a walk to Aish Tor - a great site to see the High Brown Fritillary and Dark Green Fritillary.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Somerset & Bristol Branch at these two sites near Exmoor, where the Heath Fritillary and Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary can be found.
This is a Fritillary focused walk with Jenny Plackett and NT ranger to see some of our rarest butterflies, including the High Brown Fritillary.
This is a weekday trip to try and see a couple of our rarer British Butterflies. We will start out at Haddon Hill and then move to Collard Hill in the afternoon.
Help to monitor the progress of a Duke of Burgundy reintroduction
Join us to look for common butterflies and dragonflies at this important DWT wetland reserve.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Devon Branch on this trip to Bovey Heathfield to find the Silver-studded Blue.
The Branch Chairman, Philip Hambly, invites you to his family farm at Lethytep - a wonderful wildlife area with ample butterfly walks and beautiful lakes. For a donation of £5, food will be provided, along with a tombola and raffle. Everyone is welcome!
Moth trapping night with David Brown.
A joint outing with the Belfast Naturalists Field Club to the Slievenacloy Area of Special Scientific Interest.
Join us on a trip to look for the White-letter Hairstreak in a neighbouring county.
An early start and probably a long day - but we hope to see the Large Blue, Dark Green Fritillary and many more! Come and join us in the search at Daneway Banks and, if time, at BC's newly acquired Rough Bank reserve!
Saturday 20 June, 2.00pm, Clocaenog Forest. Joint event with North Wales Wildlife Trust. To see the Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary colony and hear about its long term research that Butterfly Conservation has been carrying out. Meet in Bod Petryal car park at SJ037510 before car-sharing into the forest. Leader Jan Miller and Clare Williams(BC). Booking essential as numbers are strictly limited, first come first served!; please book with Ian Gorton email@example.com ,Tel; 07966 154608