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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Wiltshire New Members Day, By Invitation Only

Sunday 18th May 2014: 10am
Manor Farmhouse, Biddestone

New members who have joined Butterfly Conservation in the last 12-18 months have been invited to a Welcome Event at Manor Farm followed by a guided walk around the reserve managed by our chairman Maurice Avent. This well-known SSSI (Special Site of Scientific Interest) is well worth a visit at any time. About 30 species are seen each year.

Wiltshire: (Butterfly Recognition) Cotley Hill

Saturday 24th May 2014: 11.00am
Cotley Hill

This prominent hill to the East of Warminster is a super place for butterflies. The South Wiltshire group will be holding a butterfly recognition day here. Location: Meet at ST91829 (Map 184)

Wiltshire: Field Trip, Sidbury Hill

Saturday 31st May 2014: 11am
Sidbury Hill

This chalk grassland site has spectacular views over Salisbury plain and a rich assortment of butterflies and other wildlife.

Wiltshire: Field Trip, Crockford Bridge (New Forest)

Sunday 29th June 2014: 10am
Crockford Bridge (New Forest)

Join me on a day out in the New Forest looking at dragonflies and butterflies of the heathland. We will be starting at Crockford Bridge in the morning and then moving on to other location(s) to taste as the day wears on. The early start is to avoid traffic congestion through the New Forest.