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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Join the Hertfordshire and Middlesex Branch on a butterfly walk to see early spring species of butterflies.
Join the Kent Branch at White Hill Reserve and Fackenden Down looking for early downland species
A chance to see a lesser known site (Hampshire County Council land) in the Meon Valley with good flora and fauna; hopefully we will see Brimstone, Orange Tip and other early butterflies and moths.
Join the Devon Branch for an afternoon on this common, where the Commoners have been doing a lot of managed scrub clearance and making rides through the bracken to encourage Pearl-bordered and Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary butterflies.
Join us for the first of the Fritillary for the Future morning walks with an optional afternoon workshop looking at Pearl-bordered Fritillary monitoring and habitat assessment.
Join Suffolk Branch at Kiln Meadow for butterfly and other guided walks, woodland crafts and demonstrations, family activities, music, food and much more.
Namibia- an amazing trip to see wildlife
Join the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Branch on their Magdalen Hill Down Reserve for a leisurely walk with friendly company and enjoy the month's butterflies and the spectacular display of cowslips.
Nick Ballard of the Friends of Mill Road Cemetery will lead a guided walk around the cemetery, where a variety of general butterflies can be seen. Come and find out how the 'Friends' are creating a wildlife oasis right in the middle of Cambridge city.
This meeting is for current and prospective butterfly recorders. If you live in or near Cheltenham, Gloucester or the Cotswolds north of Stroud and can confidently identify butterflies, please consider recording.
Join the Herts and Middlesex Branch on a moth evening to see spring species.
Urban spaces can be surprisingly good homes for butterflies, and Glasgow is no exception, with at least 20 species of butterfly being found in and around the city. Come along to this training workshop at Pollock Country Park to find out how to identify and record these beautiful butterflies which are on your doorstep!
The YNU are planning a field meeting to Fountains Abbey, 111 years to the day since their visit to the site which is described in The Naturalist from 1905.
Join the Devon Branch on this field trip to see Pearl-bordered Fritillaries and other early butterflies. Numbers of Pearl-bordered Fritillaries have been steadily rising and the breeding areas increased at this site, following conservation management by the Forestry Commission.
Spring walk at Monkwood reserve
Join us for the second of the Fritillary for the Future morning walks with an optional afternoon workshop looking at Pearl-bordered Fritillary monitoring and habitat assessment.
Celebrate spring moths, Dawn Chorus and butterflies
To view moths caught in traps placed in surrounding area the previous night.
Join the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Branch at this National Nature Reserve, where there is a substantial colony of Duke of Burgundy butterflies and spectacular views towards Ashford Hill and the Meon Valley. We will hopefully also see Skylarks, Buzzards, Dingy Skipper, Grizzled Skipper and Small Heath butterflies, as well as early moths.
Join us in early May for a joint outing between BCNI and the County Armagh Wildlife Society in the rugged and under-recorded landscape of south Armagh.
Urban spaces can be surprisingly good homes for butterflies, and Glasgow is no exception, with at least 20 species of butterfly being found in and around the city. Come along to this training workshop at Tollcross Park to find out how to identify and record these beautiful butterflies which are on your doorstep!
Join the Wiltshire Branch on a fun day to help improve your butterfly identification and recording skills.
Join the Herts and Middlesex Branch walk, which is part of Tring's 'Spring Fayre', organised by Tring Together.
Urban spaces can be surprisingly good homes for butterflies, with some species even being more common in towns than they are in the wider countryside. Join us on this training workshop at Fallin to find out how to identify and record these beautiful butterflies which are on your doorstep.
Join the Wiltshire Branch on a walk on this ancient hill fort to improve your recognition of spring butterfly species. We may possibly see Duke of Burgundy butterflies.
Join us on this walk to see Spring Butterflies in King’s Forest (suitable for novices).
Join the Somerset and Bristol Branch on this Forestry Commission reserve, managed by BC and the Neroche Project under a HLS Grant. See butterflies of woodland and flowery grassland, with Duke of Burgundy, Dingy Skipper and Grizzled Skipper butterflies the principal target species.