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A trip round this intriguing geological feature where we hope to see Wall Brown and perhaps Speckled Wood butterflies amongst others.
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.
Come and see moth traps set up and what they attract until the wee small hours. Then in the morning we'll be opening the traps and identifying the finds.
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.
An opportunity for youngsters to discover moths in last night's light-trap and to learn about their fascinating lives, followed by butterfly-themed activities in the resource centre at the farm. Tea and cakes too! A Borders Nature Festival event.
A trip to this interesting area, where we hope to see the rare Northern Brown Argus and Dark Green Fritillary butterflies. In the afternoon e will go onto another local site for these and hope to see them here, if we missed them in the morning at the Bell. If you want to stay for the afternoon, then please bring packed lunch.
An easy afternoon stroll organised by the Scottish Wildlife Trust along paths and meadows rich with wild flowers, butterflies and day-flying moths
An opportunity for experienced moth-ers to trap in the varied habitats and mountainous surroundings of Coire Fee NNR. This will extend through Friday night, Saturday daytime, and Saturday night subject to the number of attendees.
A walk across this moss to the SSSI at the far end of the site. Half of this moss has been dug up for garden peat. The other half has been left as a pristine moss. We wish to se whether the Large Heath butterfly can still be found here.
A walk across this moss to the SSSI on the half of the moss that is still left after the extraction for garden peat one the rest of the moss. We would like to find out if the Large Heath butterfly is still present on the half of the moss that is still there.
A Butterfly Identification day to get you set up for spotting and recording. And it's in the middle of the summer's Big Butterfly Count too!
Butterflies, dragonflies, moths and more on this joint outing with the Dundee Naturalists' Society at North Ballo Hill and Laird's Loch. The area holds Dark Green Fritillary, Small Heath and Common Blue butterflies.
A walk to find the Scotch Argus butterfly by the Tima Water - a re-run of last year's washout!
Moth trapping on Saturday night. Examination and identification session on Sunday morning from 10.00am - 12.00 midday with Rangers and local moth recorder.
A family moths evening at Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre near Ancrum.
A chance to see what has been caught in the traps on the Montrose Basin.
Join staff and local recorders for an evenings' moth-ing at St.Cyrus NNR in conjunction with National Moth Night 2015. Almost 500 species of moth have been recorded on the reserve. Can we add to the list?