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 us for the first of the Fritillary for the Future morning walks with an optional afternoon workshop looking at Pearl-bordered Fritillary monitoring and habitat assessment.
Join us for the second of the Fritillary for the Future morning walks with an optional afternoon workshop looking at Pearl-bordered Fritillary monitoring and habitat assessment.
Join the Wiltshire Branch on a fun day to help improve your butterfly identification and recording skills.
Join us for the first of a series of “Butterflies of the ARC Project” events funded by the ARC Project.
An opportunity to develop your identification skills when looking for the species in our branch area, for new members and beginners or anyone interested.
Join us for some Identification and recording training. Suitable for novices.
Do you want to learn to record butterfly numbers in a more formal way to contribute to the scientific knowledge base? Join us for an “Introduction to Butterfly Recording” course...
The event will focus on different techniques for recording and monitoring butterflies including timed counts and transects. It will also include an introduction to the butterflies of Lochaber covering all 22 species recorded in the area but paying particular attention on the scarce Chequered Skipper and Pearl-bordered Fritillary. This will be followed by an afternoon field trip.
Come along and learn everything you need to know to assist in the annual monitoring of these threatened species and help us to ensure their survival.
In the morning the event will provide an introduction to the Small Blue, Britain’s smallest butterfly. In the afternoon we will visit some of the nearby colonies to look for the butterfly and see its haunts.
Another opportunity to learn more about butterfly identification followed by a walk funded by the ARC Project as part of the “Butterflies of the ARC Project” events.
Do you live in or near Lancashire and have an interest in moths or butterflies? Join the Lancashire BC Branch for a day of interesting talks on local species and conservation work, amazing photography and a guided walk to find butterflies!