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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Three or four Moth Trapping events will be held, exact dates to be confirmed
An evening identifying moths attracted to light
Butterfly Survey of Grizzled Skipper, Dingy Skipper and Brown Argus
Details yet to be finalised but there will be plenty of games and activities for the whole family, along with guided walks etc. See Forestry Commission Scotland website for details nearer the time
A visit to see the rewards of previous habitat management undertaken by members of Highland branch.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Cumbria Branch at this National Nature Reserve where you could see Marsh Fritillary butterflies. A second walk at Workington is possible after lunch.
Join us on a field trip to search for first-generation Adonis Blues and other spring butterflies.
This chalk grassland site has spectacular views over Salisbury Plain and has a rich assortment of butterflies and other wildlife.
New members especially welcome.
A chance to tour our new reserve at Cross Hands. See Marsh Fritillary or take part in moth trapping.
A guided walk to hopefully see Dingy Skipper butterflies - one of the rarer species in our area.
Join the Cornwall Branch in looking for Green Hairstreak butterflies along this beautiful cliff walk.
Whether you love them or not, moths are an important part of our wildlife – if you don’t already appreciate them, then this event could change your mind! We will open up light traps set in Drum Castle’s walled garden and old wood last night to discover the marvellous moths of all shapes, sizes, colours and patterns at rest inside.
Another chance for members of Butterfly Conservation's Devon Branch to see the Heath Fritillary butterfly at Lydford Old Railway.
This is our annual weekend away and you are welcome to join us at various localities in Dorset / Hampshire for Marsh Fritillary, Adonis Blue and hopefully Glanville Fritillary.
Join us on a safari around County Armagh checking some of our best sites for the Cryptic Wood White.
This is an opportunity to see three great butterflies: the Grizzled Skipper, Dingy Skipper and Green Hairstreak. We do a lot of conservation work at Twyford, and this Field Trip reaps the rewards!
Discover the butterflies and moths in the beautiful grounds of this grand house and let your children have fun too. A Borders Nature Festival event.
A survey day - part of the Pershore Plum Festival
A trip round this intriguing geological feature where we hope to see Wall Brown and perhaps Speckled Wood butterflies amongst others.
This trip is planned to see, and get familiar with, common and some of the uncommon of our spring butterflies. Bring a packed lunch. Approximate walking distance 5 miles.
Join us on a field trip to look for spring butterflies and day-flying moths.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Cumbria Branch on a trip to see Mountain Ringlet butterflies in the Lake District, followed by a coastal walk.
Learn about surveying for moths, butterflies and the plants that they feed on with a focus on Chequered Skipper and Pearl-bordered Fritillary.
Find out more on the summer events on Large Blue
Search for Brown Argus and Silver-studded Blue caterpillar
Wood White Habitat Assessment
Come and see moth traps set up and what they attract until the wee small hours. Then in the morning we'll be opening the traps and identifying the finds.
A series of three events on 6th June, 5th July and 23rd August. Ceredigion Moth Group are keen to recruit more moth recorders and will be showing moths trapped overnight at the RSPB reserve Ynys-hir.