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Join the North Wales Branch and see last night's catch of moths at the top of Bryn Euryn.
Join the North Wales Branch for a guided walk to search for glow worm and moths along the cliffs of the west side of the Great Orme, led by Mark Sheridan. This will be followed by moth trapping till late.
We will be trapping for as many moth species as we can find in 24 hours! Please see RSPB website for further details.
This former deer park is now an interesting site for butterflies, including white-letter hairstreak and silver washed fritillary. This visit will be a joint event with North Wales Wildlife Trust led by Ian Gorton. Meet at Ruthin Rugby Club layby (GR: SJ117 578).
If the weather is favourable Sychnant gives a great night's moth trapping wuth a good chance of seeing Ashworth's Rustic and Weaver's Wave moths. Set traps for 9pm and stay as late as you will, or view the catch the next morning at 11am at the house, when there will be good photo opportunities. Meet at Pensychnant Centre (SH751770).
Join us for the brief AGM and series of interesting talks. There will also be three excellent speakers including Sally Pidcock, warden of the Great Orme; Michael Slater who will speak on successes of Butterfly Conservation in Warwickshire and Tom Brereton who is Head of Monitoring at Butterfly Conservation. We can look forward to a tour of the Great Orme, then to the Midlands and insights to the BMS scheme.