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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Help to monitor the progress of a Duke of Burgundy reintroduction
Come and join us to help keep Snakeholme Pit BC Reserve neat & tidy for the Summer! We'd be grateful for your help.
Join us to look for common butterflies and dragonflies at this important DWT wetland reserve.
A morning walk in the village to see summer butterflies.
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!
We will be cutting and pulling up small spruce trees that are beginning to spread across the open bog from a nearby plantation.
An easy afternoon stroll organised by the Scottish Wildlife Trust along paths and meadows rich with wild flowers, butterflies and day-flying moths
Join Butterfly Conservation's Devon Branch on this trip to Bovey Heathfield to find the Silver-studded Blue.
Moth trapping and guided butterfly walk on Dorset's first butterfly reserve
Moth trapping night with David Brown.
A joint outing with the Belfast Naturalists Field Club to the Slievenacloy Area of Special Scientific Interest.
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!
Join us on a trip to look for the White-letter Hairstreak in a neighbouring county.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org ,Tel; 07966 154608
A walk onto the lower slopes of Meall Liath. The same trip in 2014 was successful in seeing Mountain Ringlet.
An opportunity for experienced moth-ers to trap in the varied habitats and mountainous surroundings of Coire Fee NNR. This will extend through Friday night, Saturday daytime, and Saturday night subject to the number of attendees.
Friday 3rd July, 8:30 - 11:30pm
Nightjars and Nightlife at Cors Bodgynnydd
An event with North Wales Wildlife Trust, walking around this upland bog to hear and hopefully see a Nightjar, followed by moth trapping (if the Nightjars haven’t eaten them all). Uneven, wet paths. Bring a torch and midge repellent!
Meet at Cyffty Mine, SH773588. Details from David Lee 01248 681268
A Ranger Service Event in association with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.
Please join us at this moth trapping event on Bovey Heath.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Somerset & Bristol Branch at this National Nature Reserve, where we will look for Purple Hairstreak and Silver-washed Fritillary amongst others.
Come and explore this important woodland site looking for Dark Green Fritillary, Purple Hairstreak, White Letter Hairstreak and possibly Silver-washed Fritillary.
Saturday 4th July, 2.00pm, Newborough Warren led by Andrew Graham and Ian Gorton
Join Ian Gorton and Andrew Graham to explore several different species of butterfly at this coastal dune nature reserve. Meet at the main car park to the reserve. Booking is essential as this event will be weather dependent.
Join the Yorkshire Branch and Brockadale Volunteer Committee on a walk around one of the YWT's finest reserves.
Guided Walk through Ancient Woodland
This is a joint trip with the Dorset Branch to explore and do some recording too. If possible, bring a clipboard and Ordnance Survey map Explorer 118 covering the area.
Join us on a field trip to see the White Admiral, led by its champion.