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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Join the West Midlands Branch on the tenth anniversary of their Prees Heath Common Reserve.
Join the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Branch on a field trip to see Pearl-bordered and Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary butterflies and the Argent and Sable moth, as well as other invertebrates and bird life.
Target species: Grizzled Skipper, Dingy Skipper, Green Hairstreak & Wood White.
Sunday 29/05/2016 (11.00) - RYTON WOOD MEADOWS RESERVE OPEN DAY
Public Event (FREE) led by Mike Slater
A field meeting targeting spring butterflies.
Come and find Suffolk Branch in the Conservation Zone at Plant Heritage (Suffolk Group's) Spring Fair at Helmingham Hall Gardens.
Marsh Fritillary is the target species on this afternoon walk
This is a joint event with the Lancashire and Cumbria Branches. We will be looking out for spring species, in particular Pearl-bordered and Small Pearl-bordered Fritillaries, Small Heath, Dingy Skipper and Green Hairstreak butterflies.
Join the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Branch for a walk at one of their reserves. This site is a wet meadow on a sheltered west-facing woodland edge, which lies within a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) notified for its grassland and woodland habitats.
Join the Hants and Isle of Wight Branch on this trip where we hope to Small Blue and Dingy Skipper butterflies and the Wood Tiger moth.
Join the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Branch on their Magdalen Hill Down Reserve and enjoy the month's butterflies on a leisurely walk with friendly company.
Join the Cumbria Branch and Arnside Natural History Society on a walk to see spring species of butterflies, including Pearl-bordered and Small Pearl-bordered Fritillaries.
Target Species: Summer butterflies and dragonflies.
Join the Cumbria Branch on a walk where we hope to see Dingy Skipper, Common Blue, Wall and possibly Small Blue butterflies.
Join the Cornwall Branch in looking for Green Hairstreak butterflies along this beautiful cliff walk. The terrain can be steep and rough in places, but the views are spectacular.
Flower and butterfly rich chalk grassland
Join Jenny Plackett from Butterfly Conservation on a butterfly hunt, where we hope to have good views of the rare Marsh Fritillary.
Join the Hants and Isle of Wight Branch on this small reserve within the confines of Queen Elizabeth Country Park for the possibility of seeing a Duke of Burgundy butterfly. We are also aiming to see Green Hairstreak, Dingy Skipper and Grizzled Skipper butterflies.
Join the Surrey Branch for a morning butterfly walk with Peter Wakeham, where we hope to see the Small Blue butterfly.
Saturday 4/06/2016 (20.30) - NELSON’S QUARRY, STOCKTON
Moth Night (FREE) led by David Brown
Join the Herts and Middlesex Branch at the invitation of the Upper Thames Branch for a butterfly walk to see early summer butterflies including, hopefully, Small Blue.
A field meeting targeting the Small Blue and other early summer butterflies.
Join the Wiltshire branch on a walk to look for Small Blue butterflies, which had a good season on this site last year.
Join Andrew Graham for an exciting chance to see the rare marsh fritillary. We will meet at the main car park in Dolgellau (GR:728179).
Join the Somerset and Bristol Branch on their Stoke Camp reserve in the Mendips, holding limestone grassland with spectacular views to the south across the Levels.
Most of us recognise May Hill as a landmark with its clump of trees on the top. It is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). This is a chance to explore May Hill and the adjacent Newent Woods to look for Wood White, Grizzled Skipper and Green Hairstreak butterflies.
Target Species: Dingy Skipper, Small Heath, Common Blue and other summer butterflies.
A walk round this fascinating geological feature to try and see the target species, Wall Brown.