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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Find out all about the insect inhabitants of the Pitscurry Project gardens.
A walk round this fascinating geological feature to try and see the target species, Wall Brown.
An annual outing to visit Barry Buddon MOD training centre with superb wildlife habitat. One of the best unspoilt sand dune systems on the east coast. Normally access is restricted but we have unlimited access for a day. Home to at least 16 species of butterfly including Small Blue, Grayling, Purple hairstreak and Green hairstreak
Join the East Scotland Branch, local recorders and staff at Montrose Basin Visitor Centre, as they identify moths caught in the previous nights traps and see more traps in action on National Moth Night.
On the Friday night watch some moth-trapping until late and/or come back in the morning to look at the catch.
Meet some wee woodland beasties, including live moths caught last night for the national Moth Night survey and discover who lives in the pond at Burnett Park!
A walk along this spectacular coast to see Small Blue, Wall and Northern Brown Argus butterflies plus plenty of other amazing wildlife
Discover summertime moths, which should include some of the spectacular Hawkmoths.
Discover some smaller residents of Belwade Farm as we first open light traps set overnight to catch moths before releasing them - find out how you can help these fascinating insects and others that pollinate plants.
Come and visit the Butterfly Conservation stand at the Celebration for Kemnay Art event, which this year includes a hunt for model butterflies around the village!
A very easy walk along a level track up to the moss at Easter Drumclair to see the Small Pearl-bordered Fritillaries there.
A walk over this moss to the SSSI part of it to try and confirm the presence of Large Heath.
A trip to this local nature reserve to see the Northern Brown Argus colonies there. A walk up the glen later may also allow us to see Speckled Wood.
MOTH IDENTIFYING SESSION - Join Rangers and moth recorders as they empty the moth traps which have been running overnight. This event is free to attend, though a car park fee is payable on entry to the park. To book a place for this event, please contact the Rangers on 01241 860360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and visit the Butterfly Conservation stand at Duthie Park Environment Day
A walk near the Southern Upland Way to see a Northern Brown Argus colony and other butterflies and moths found in this gently hilly country
Discover the marvellous moths caught in live traps set overnight on the Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve, followed by a search for day-flying moths and butterflies as time and weather allow.
Enter the mysterious world of night creatures!
Get up close and personal with bats and moths.
Several areas of suitable habitat will be explored to try and locate more colonies of the beautiful, velvety Scotch Argus butterfly.
An opportunity to see some colourful late summer moths in the wooded areas of Harestanes Country Visitor Centre.
Our annual Members' Day is an informal chance to meet like-minded butterfly and moth enthusiasts and chat and hear about the wonderful highlights of the season.