Events

You can brush up your identification skills, help on a conservation task, see a rare species or just enjoy a beautiful site.

To find an event near you just select your branch area (see In Your Area to find the closest branch to you) and then click the Filter button. You can also refine your selection using the Categories on the left-hand panel.

 

The next AGM and Members' Day will be held on Saturday 11 November 2017 at The Jurys Inn Hotel, Gloucester Road, Cheltenham, GL51 0TS. Information on our AGMs as well as details of our annual reports and reviews can be found here.

Moth Trapping

East Scotland: Moths At Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre

Friday 18th August 2017, 8.15pm-10.15pm
Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre, Ancrum, Jedburgh

Join the East Scotland Branch at Harestanes and discover moths on a summer's evening; late summer is a great time to see beautiful moths of all kinds...

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East Scotland: A Wild Night Out At Peterculter

Saturday 19th August 2017, 8.00pm-12.00midnight
Peterculter, Aberdeen

Enter the mysterious world of night creatures! This will include setting up sugar and light traps to attract moths – which we will release unharmed after identification - and using detectors to pick up ultrasound of hunting bats.

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East Scotland: Butterfly Walk At Haddo Country Park

Saturday 19th August 2017, 2.00pm-4.00pm
Haddo Country Park, Methlick, Aberdeenshire

On a warm summer day, Haddo’s ancient wildflower meadows are full of spectacular coloured butterflies and other insects. We're delighted to have Dr Mark Young joining us, where we’ll try to identify all our common butterfly and day-flying moth species and weather-permitting, set up a moth trap overnight.

Moth Night Event

East Scotland: National Moth Night 2017 At Harestanes

Friday 13th October 2017, 6.30pm-8.30pm
Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre, Jedburgh, Borders

Moths in autumn - it's National Moth Night 2017! Moth Night weekend is later in the year than usual, but there should still be plenty of moths around...