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Join Butterfly Conservation for this free event teaching you everything you need to know to help us with the monitoring of these two declining species...
Celebrate spring moths, Dawn Chorus and butterflies
A visit to the Millendreath to Seaton coastal footpath to search for Britain’s earliest flying Pearl-bordered Fritillary butterflies in this unique habitat.
Join us for a 12 mile walk down the Dighty Burn from Rosemill outside Dundee to it's mouth at Balmossie
This educational event offers an inspiring insight into the natural environment of the Wensum
Led by Simon Spencer. This is a joint event with Shropshire Wildlife Trust. Please book on 01743 284280 and for information regarding meeting point. Donations welcome. Meet in car park off Underhill Lane at 2pm. A chance to see spring butterflies at this fascinating former quarry. Booking is essential as this event will be weather dependent.
Please join the Cambridgeshire and Essex Branch of Butterfly Conservation and enjoy a guided walk in search of spring butterflies!
Led by Simon Spencer. This is a joint event with Shropshire Wildlife Trust. Please book on 01743 284280 and for information regarding meeting point. Donations welcome. Meet in car park off Underhill Lane at 2pm.
Another chance to see spring butterflies at this fascinating former quarry. Booking is essential as this event will be weather dependent
Join the Devon Branch of Butterfly Conservation on a visit to the Great Torrington Commons - a great site to spot the Pearl-bordered Fritillary & Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary.
This is a joint field trip organised by the Bedfordshire & Northamptonshire Branch of Butterfly Conservation at this National Trust-owned chalk grassland site, which is rich in butterflies.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Cornwall Branch at this new site to our field trip programme, where 21 species of butterfly were recorded in 2014.
Please join us on this walk to find common butterflies and day-flying moth species in the wildflower meadows. There are also ponds present and the reserve is also noted for dragonflies.
A visit to newly created chalk downland habitat
The trip is a joint meeting with the Bath Natural History Society to a private wood offering public access with generally level ground for walking
South Wilts Walk (Butterfly Recognition):
Target species: Grizzled & Dingy Skipper, Green Hairstreak etc.
We have been counting the Pearl-bordered Fritillaries here every year since they were first found in 2009. This year, after your fantastic scrub clearing efforts we would like you to join us.
(New Members Day in North Wilts)
Join the Devon and Dorset Branch on this visit to a splendid ancient grassland habitat to see abundant spring butterflies and wild flowers.
A walk to hopefully see the beautiful Green Hairstreak butterfly.
A guided walk over rich chalk downland
Target Species: Spring Butterflies and to look for Duke of Burgundy
Target Species: Pearl-bordered Fritillary, Small Heath, Dingy Skipper, Green Hairstreak.
A walk mostly on tracks with some short steep uphill sections. Through woodland to the open hillside where both PB and Small PB Fritillary have been recorded.
A walk to hopefully see Pearl-bordered Fritillary & whatever else is on the wing.
Start time to be confirmed.
First brood Adonis Blue will be flying at this coastal site with its fine views
Members of Butterfly Conservation's Devon Branch are being invited on a day out to the Lydford Old Railway Reserve, which is home to what is probably the only colony of Heath Fritillary in the county.
Join the Cornwall Branch on this guided walk on the Lizard searching for newly emerged Marsh Fritillary butterflies.
Marsh Fritillary is the target species on this afternoon walk
Target species: Small Blue