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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Who comes out to feed as the sun goes down? Discover the fascinating world of Portlethen’s night flying creatures.
Join the Wiltshire and Gloucestershire Branches on this end of season joint field trip to look for the elusive Brown Hairstreak and other late summer butterflies.
Join Butterfly Conservation's Cornwall Branch on this scenic walk to find late-summer butterflies and day-flying moths.
Join the Gloucestershire Branch on an end of season joint field trip with the Wiltshire Branch to look for the elusive Brown Hairstreak and other late summer butterflies at these Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust Reserves.
Join the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Branch on this steep-sided, wildflower‐rich chalk downland, where we hope to see Adonis Blue, Silver-spotted Skipper, Brown Argus and Clouded Yellow butterflies.
Organised by Atropos and Butterfly Conservation, Moth Night is the annual celebration of moth recording throughout Britain and Ireland by enthusiasts with local events aimed at raising awareness of moths among the general public.
Join the South Wales Branch for National Moth Night 2015 - this year the theme is Migration and it takes place from Thursday 10th to Saturday 12th September.
Join the Cumbria Branch and Cumbria Wildlife Trust to celebrate National Moth Night 2015.
Join the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Branch at this site where we should be able to find some interesting migrant moths - the focus of National Moth Night 2015.
Join the North East Branch for an evening of moth trapping, led by Durham County Moth Recorder, Keith Dover in Gibside's 18th-century Walled Garden.
Discover how to use smelly mixtures and bright lights to attract moths and contribute to this year’s national ‘Moth Night’ survey, plus bat detectors to locate and identify bats.
Join the Dorset Branch and Dorset Wildlife Trust at 9am for an inspection of the overnight moth trap followed at 11am by a butterfly walk looking for Grayling butterflies and other wildlife.
Join local experts, Butterfly Conservation and the Natural Futures team for an evening of moth
trapping in aid of National Moth Night 2015, followed by an early morning session at 8.30am the next day!
St. Cyrus National Nature Reserve is home to a huge variety of butterflies and moths, but many people miss the moths that fly at night. Join local experts to discover the amazing variety of moths and listen out for night hunters including owls and bats with a bat detector!
Moth traps will be running at the ranger from dusk until 11.30pm. Many species of moths will be caught and displayed, showing the diversity of these interesting insects. This is an ideal for children who are interested in wildlife.
Join the Dorset Branch as guests of Avon Heath Country Park at a moth trap opening. The park is owned by Dorset County Council and managed by Dorset Countryside.
Join the Dorset Branch on their Alners Gorse Reserve for an evening of moth trapping, followed the next morning by an inspection of last night's moth trapping then a guided walk to see the butterflies and other wildlife. Camping facilities are available for anyone wishing to stay overnight – bring tent, sleeping bag, eating utensils etc and food as required!
Join the Cornwall Branch and celebrate National Moth Night 2015 on Saturday night. On Sunday morning we will open the moth traps, then have a wander around the Greens.
Join the Cumbria Branch on their second National Moth Night 2015 event, with a chance of seeing some of the late summer /autumn moths in this beautiful coppiced limestone woodland and grassland.
The Gloucestershire Branch opened its first butterfly nectar garden at The Monastery Garden at Prinknash in 2010, where well over 100 different varieties of plants have gone into making a very attractive area within the old walled garden that was originally tended by the monks of the Monastery.
Join the Herts & Middlesex Branch on a walk to see Small Copper, Small Heath and, potentially, Clouded Yellow butterflies.
Join the Gloucestershire Branch at this national event which place annually on one or more nights during November at various locations in the Cotswolds.