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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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.
This chalk grassland site has spectacular views over Salisbury Plain and has a rich assortment of butterflies and other wildlife.
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.
Another chance for members of Butterfly Conservation's Devon Branch to see the Heath Fritillary butterfly at Lydford Old Railway.
Join us on a safari around County Armagh checking some of our best sites for the Cryptic Wood White.
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 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 Butterfly Conservation's Cumbria Branch on a trip to see Mountain Ringlet butterflies in the Lake District, followed by a coastal walk.
Find out more on the summer events on Large Blue
This South Wiltshire Group walk will be to look for the Wall Brown and Adonis Blues.
This is a National Garden Scheme Event. The Yorkshire Branch will have a stall at the event and on Sunday 7th June Allan Rodda and Jackie Holder will lead guided walks to Fordon Banks.
Join the Cornwall Branch at this wonderful event where you will be taught how to ID butterflies, followed by a guided walk to see what you can find on this beautiful nature reserve.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Somerset & Bristol Branch at the Stoke Camp reserve, which has some spectacular views. We will be targeting species like the Small Blue, Brown Argus and may even see an early Ringlet butterfly.
A walk south along the Berwickshire coastal path to visit a colony of the rare and very localised Small Blue butterfly, with the chance of plenty more butterflies and moths along the way. A Borders Nature Festival event.
Guided butterfly walk to see Dingy Skipper, Common Blue, Small Heath and other spring butterflies.
This trip will be to review the state of the reserve in the South West of the County. Marsh Fritillary occurred in good numbers in the past but did poorly in 2014.
Our Catfield Fen Reserve will once again be open to members and the public for Swallowtails.
Target Species: Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary, Pearl-bordered Fritillary (less likely than earlier trip), Small Heath, Dingy Skipper, Green Hairstreak.
This is a South Wiltshire Group trip to look for Silver-studded Blue and is an unusual acid-based habitat for Wiltshire
It has been a while since we have visited Somerford Common as a field trip. The clay soil in this area can be muddy at the best of times so sturdy boots or wellies are recommended if there has been recent rain.
Held in conjunction with The Ted Ellis Trust at Wheatfen Nature Reserve, Surlingham. An opportunity to see Swallowtails.
This is a trip to look for the elusive Black Hairstreak.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Cornwall Branch on this beautiful butterfly walk amongst the sand dunes, including an exploration of a new Silver-studded Blue butterfly site near Godrevy.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Somerset & Bristol Branch at these two sites near Exmoor, where the Heath Fritillary and Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary can be found.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Devon Branch on a walk to Aish Tor - a great site to see the High Brown Fritillary and Dark Green Fritillary.
This is a weekday trip to try and see a couple of our rarer British Butterflies. We will start out at Haddon Hill and then move to Collard Hill in the afternoon.
This is a Fritillary focused walk with Jenny Plackett and NT ranger to see some of our rarest butterflies, including the High Brown Fritillary.