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 the Highlands & Islands Branch on this long weekend trip to the Silverdale area leaving early Friday morning and returning late on the Sunday, looking for the High Brown Fritillary butterfly and many more.
We hope to visit several sites in the Lake District - Arnside Knott, Whitbarrow Scar, Smardale Gill - in our quest to see the High Brown Fritillary and the Scotch Argus. The Mountain Ringlet is also on our list!
Join the Cumbria Branch for an evening of moth trapping at this beautiful National Nature Reserve.
Join the Cambs & Essex Branch for a walk to see Silver-washed Fritillary and White Admiral butterflies which have colonised this managed woodland in recent years.
Join the Cumbria Branch for a field trip in the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to see fritillary and hairstreak butterflies.
Join the Cheshire & Peak Branch for a field trip in the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to see fritillary and hairstreak butterflies.
Join the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Branch for a ramble with plenty of interesting flora and wildlife.
Target Species: Large Fritillaries, White-letter Hairstreak, Purple Hairstreak and other butterflies.
Join us on this weekend of butterfly counting, with participants splitting into teams to see who can see the most species! Prizes for the winners and a chance to take part in the Big Butterfly Count too.
We're hosting a joint event with Butterfly Conservation Ireland to the scenic Crom Estate, Fermanagh. Crom hosts a rich number of butterfly and moth species, in particular we will be looking out for the Purple Hairstreak.
This event has been CANCELLED sorry.
A field trip to to see butterflies including Chalkhill Blue and a chance to take part in The Big Butterfly Count!
Organised by our Dumfries & Galloway subgroup, the target species are Small & Essex Skippers but there should be many other species too.
A leisurely walk through newly planted areas of forest to see a vivid display of summer butterflies. Target species include Marbled White, skippers and blue and brown butterflies. Handy tips will be provided to help you learn how to identify individual species.
Join us on a walk at the Devil's Punchbowl to look for the Chalk Carpet and summer butterflies and a chance to do a Big Butterfly Count!
Join the Somerset and Bristol Branch for a butterfly walk at this picturesque site.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Cornwall Branch for this interesting walk through Godolphin Woods, where we will be looking for the Purple Hairstreak butterfly.
Join the Kent Branch for a butterfly walk in the Darent Valley.
Join the Dorset Branch on this butterfly identification walk between Weymouth and Portland. Great for beginners and experts alike!
Join the Devon Branch on a visit to Little Breach, a reserve owned by Butterfly Conservation.
Join the Hants & Isle of Wight Branch for a wander around their Magdalen Hill Down Reserve. All welcome.
Join the Warwickshire Branch on a visit to see Essex Skipper and other summer butterflies at this ancient semi-natural woodland.
Join the Cumbria Branch to see Scotch Argus and Fritillary butterflies in the Arnside and Silverdale AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty)
A walk around NWT Upton Fen looking for butterflies and other wildlife.
As part of the Lúnasa Festival and the Big Butterfly Count, we have teamed up with Ring of Gullion to invite you and your family, to join us on a butterfly safari among the rich heritage of the Ring of Gullion area
Join us to discover the secret lives of moths and learn how to trap moths; a few moth traps will be available to borrow to discover which of these amazing creatures live in your back garden!
Join the Cambs & Essex Branch for a field trip hoping to see migrants such as Clouded Yellow and possibly second brood Wall butterflies.
Join the Cambs & Essex Branch for a National Trust organised survey, during which there will be guided walks.
This is a really good site for the Chalkhill Blue.