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 Surrey Branch for a field trip to Fairmile Common; target: Silver-studded Blue
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Priest Hill; target: Small Blue
Join the Cornwall Branch near Newquay looking out for a wide variety of butterflies (including Brown Argus, Dark Green Fritillary, Silver-studded Blue and Small Heath) moths, other invertebrates and rare plants...
Join the Devon Branch at Lydford Old Railway Reserve on a walk looking for the rare Heath Fritillary. (BC members only).
We’ll have a walk around the Ardersier Common area looking for Small Blue. Other species could include Dingy Skipper, Common Blue, Small Copper and Speckled Wood.
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Box Hill; target: Dark Green Fritillary
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Roundshaw Downs; target: grassland species
Crowle Moors NNR is one of the richest lowland peat vegetation areas in the north of England and home of the Large Heath, our target species for this Field Trip. Do join us to view this astonishing areal.
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Norbury Park; target: down/woodland species
Join the Devon Branch for a walk in Ashclyst Forest (near Exeter) which is a good site for White Admiral and Silver-washed Fritillary butterflies, as well as the rather spectacular Scarlet Tiger moth...
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Newlands Corner; target: Dark Green Fritillary
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Whitmoor Common; target: Silver-studded Blue, Silver-washed Fritillary, White Admiral
Philip (Chairman of the Cornwall Branch of Butterfly Conservation) and Faith Hambly invite you to their farm at Lethytep, near Looe, with its wonderful wildlife area with walks and lakes...
Weekend Trip to Essex
Target species: Heath Fritillary , White-letter Hairstreak and other summer butterflies - also good for dragonflies.
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.
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Bookham Common; target: Purple Emperor, Silver-washed Fritillary, White Admiral
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Cucknells Wood; target: Silver-washed Fritillary, White Admiral.
Join this field trip to an area just north of Long Eaton full of wildflowers that attract a wide range of butterflies, including Marbled White...
Join the Cornwall Branch on a walk through this extensive sand dune complex situated between Gwithian and Hayle, a Cornwall Wildlife Trust reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)...
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Epsom Common; target: Purple Emperor, White Admiral.
Join the Cornwall Branch at Rame Head (south of Plymouth) for a field trip led by moth expert and Cornwall Moth Recorder Leon Truscott. We will be looking for Marbled White, Small Heath, Dark Green Fritillary butterflies and...
Fermyn Woods is part of the ancient Rockingham Forest. It is an attractive site with grassland and ponds as well as the extensive woodland.
Target species: Purple Emperor, White Admiral, Purple and White-letter Hairstreak, and a range of other woodland and grassland species.
Northamptonshire's Fermyn Woods are ancient woodlands containing predominantly oak and ash, along with some conifer plantations, and are also one of the very best sites for the beautiful Purple Emperor butterfly. Do join us to see this amazing butterfly
Join the Devon Branch for a walk at Aish Tor looking for High Brown and Dark Green Fritillaries.
Join the East Midlands Branch for a circular walk (approximately 2 miles) using public footpaths and bridleways through Borders Wood, near Owthorpe. We are hoping to see woodland species of butterflies, including Silver-washed Fritillary and possibly Purple Emperor...
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Holmwood Common, then Inholms Clay Pit; target: Purple Emperor, White Admiral.
Explore this rich butterfly habitat, which is one of the best High Brown Fritillary sites in north Devon...
This walk, approx. 4 miles in total, mostly on a reasonably flat track, will take us to Loch Morie. On a good day we would hope to see several species of butterfly, a number of different dragonflies and of course some day flying moths.
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Sheepleas; target: Purple Emperor
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Nonsuch Park; target: White-letter Hairstreak