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 Large Blue Action Group to help manage sites for the Large Blue Butterfly in the Polden Hills. All sites are located near Langport and Somerton.
Brown Hairstreak egg surveys
We will be cutting and pulling up small birches that are beginning to spread across the open bog, and we will also do a peat depth survey of the bog so we can measure how much carbon it stores.
Join volunteers from the Dorset Branch of Butterfly Conservation to help maintain this important reserve. Day includes gorse and scrub clearing.
Your help would be much appreciated as we continue with the important, on-going Brown Hairstreak management in selected areas of Chambers Farm Wood.
Winter Work Party: 27th November Thursday Sywell Country Park Winter maintenance in the Butterfly Garden. SP833651
Contact Ian Kimsey 01234 781763 10.00am
The annual AGM for the Cambridgeshire and Essex Branch of Butterfly Conservation.
Come and help with scrub management and dam installation, working in collaboration with Central Scotland Green Network Trust.
Search for Brown Hairstreak eggs..
Kingshill Local Nature Reserve in Allanton, carrying on with scrub removal on the peat bog and bing slopes there, and maybe installing some plastic dams.
Lydlinch is part of an area crucial to the Marsh Fritillary and conservation work is vital to ensure that the habitat is kept suitable for its survival at this site.
One of a series of Winter Work Parties to help with the coppicing in Southrey Wood, an important BC Reserve owned by the Forestry Commission.
Join the Cambridgeshire and Essex Branch of Butterfly Conservation in helping the Heath Fritillary butterfly in Essex.
Building on the success of previous grizzled skipper work parties I would like to invite you all to join me yet again this winter to undertake some more volunteer work on sites that provide important habitat to support the Grizzled Skipper butterfly across the south Nottinghamshire network of sites.
Join the Upper Thames Branch in protecting the future of the Dingy and Grizzled Skippers found at this beautiful reserve. All tools are provided.
Join members of the Dorset Branch to help with woodland and scrub management on this beautiful butterfly reserve. Lunch and hot drinks will be served around a nice warm bonfire.
We will use hand tools to remove small birch trees across the open bog.
Please join the Upper Thames Branch is carrying out some butterfly habitat management tasks.
Join Dorset branch in the annual Brown Hairstreak egg survey
One of a series of Winter Work Parties to help with coppicing Southrey Wood, an important BC Reserve owned by the Forestry Commission.
Winter Work Party: 14th December Chalk Grassland Habitat Management Totternhoe Quarry Meet end of Knolls View, by gate.SP986224 Contact Greg Herbert 01582 663784 10.30am
Your help would be much appreciated as we continue with the important, on-going habitat management for the Brown Hairstreak butterfly in selected areas of Chambers Farm Wood
Brown Hairstreak egg surveys
Members Open Evening
Bring along your photos etc of memories of 2014