Join us to find the Grizzled Skipper & Dingy Skipper. Training will be given to help find and identify two of the East Midlands most endangered butterflies during Save our Butterflies Week.
This steep hill has a good selection of down-land butterflies
Field trip in search of spring butterflies to celebrate Save Our Butterflies Week
To celebrate Save Our Butterflies week we are exploring the landscape to find the rare Pearl-bordered Fritillary.
Get your walking boots on and join us to find this rare beauty in the Save Our Butterflies Week.
Learn about the special moths and butterflies of the Cairngorms and how you can get involved in recording them to aid their conservation. Celebrating Save Our Butterflies Week.
Moth-trapping evening at Plora Wood. The largest area of ancient woodland in the Western Borders promises an interesting catch.
Join us for a spring butterfly walk, taking in 3 or 4 Green Hairstreak sites during Save Our Butterflies Week.
A walk through some of the sites where the Branch has been working during the winter months, with the prospect of seeing Pearl-bordered Fritillary for Save Our Butterflies Week.
Join us to learn about the Pearl-bordered Fritillary butterfly, its identification and haunts during Save Our Butterflies Week.
A visit to this very special place hopefully to see Duke of Burgundy, Pearl-bordered Fritillary and maybe Anania funebris in celebration of Save Our Butterflies Week.
Join us for a spring butterfly walk during Save Our Butterflies Week.
This event will provide an introduction to Chequered Skipper, the area’s most iconic species and celebrate Save Out Butterflies Week.
Morning moth traps, then move on to look for Green Hairstreak butterflies in the forest clearings for Save Our Butterflies Week.
Murder Moss Mystery Tour - a Borders Biodiversity Month event organised by the SWT Central Borders Members’ Centre.
Guided Butterfly Walk at the Yellowland at Bishops Itchington followed by a walk at Harbury Spoilbank to see Small Blue, Grizzled & Dingy Skippers, Green Hairstreak.
This event is being run as part of Sunart Wildlife Festival and also celebrates Save Our Butterflies Week.
Our annual visit to probably Cornwall’s largest Marsh Fritillary colony. Join us in celebration of Save Our Butterflies Week.
Another chance to see the Marsh Fritillary, hopefully thriving again, at this wonderful site during Save Our Butterflies Week.
A superb site on Salisbury Plain, Green Hairstreak, Grizzled Skipper are common here. Last year 19 species were seen including Duke of Burgundy. If weather permits we will run moth traps overnight and show the highlight of the catch to attendees.
Join us during Save Our Butterflies to find Duke of Burgundy, Dingy Skipper, Grizzled Skipper, Green Hairstreak, Brown Argus, Common Blue, Small Heath, and orchids.
Walk around the Covehithe/ Benacre/ Kessingland area looking for butterflies and enjoying the other wildlife in this coastal belt. Long walk possible but reasonably easy terrain and gradients.
Small Blue and lots more at this super site. We should also see Wall Brown. Afterwards we can look at other sites in the area as well as some of the most interesting and diverse flora there during Save Our Butterflies Week.
Join us to search for springs beautiful chalkland butterflies and celebrate Save Our Butterflies Week.
Join us to explore this fantastic Nature Reserve and celebrate Save Our Butterflies Week
This is a joint trip with the Dorset Branch. Martin Down National Nature Reserve is worth a visit at any time during the butterfly season. This year we shall look for the spring species of Dingy Skipper, Grizzled Skipper, Small Blue and possible Adonis Blue.
All welcome to join our field trip on the beautiful North coast.
Moth Night at Rough Hill Wood near Studley.
Come and discover some of the smaller residents of the woods and pond at Burnett Park!
Meet: Bucklesham Road Lay-by, Map Ref: TM212423, Time: 9.30 pm
Leader: Tony Prichard, Tel: 01473 270047 or 07871 478631
To carry out general recording of butterflies and day-flying moths.
Guided butterfly walk at Malpass, Rugby.
Dundee Ranger Service are running a Bioblitz event at Middleton Community Woods
Coastal walk south from Eyemouth for Northern Brown Argus, Common Blue, Wall and day-flying moths including the rare Dew Moth. A Borders Biodiversity Month event.
Moth night at Sutton Park.
Scottish Wildlife Trust Butterfly Survey at Keltneyburn
Venue: RSPB Minsmere, Map Ref: TM470671, Time: 10:00am
Details: Meet at warden's lodge just before RSPB car park. Please register in advance. Contact: Rob Parker 01284 705476
A visit to Tailend Moss SWT Reserve, Livingston to see if Small Pearl-bordered Fritillaries are still there.
Butterfly and day-flying moth recording at Stamford Hall and Upton Estate.
Moth night at Gaydon Landfill / Kingston Grange Farm.
Lammermuir Hills to see Northern Brown Argus
Guided Butterfly Walk at Bucknell Wood, near Silverstone, Northants.
Discover the variety of moths caught in the live traps set up overnight on the Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve, followed by a search for day-flying moths and butterflies as time allows.
Enter the mysterious world of night creatures! This will include setting up sugar and light traps to attract moths – which we will release unharmed after identification - and using detectors to pick up ultrasound of hunting bats
Guided Butterfly walk at Wolford and Whichford Wood.
Discover the colourful world of butterflies and moths in Glen Muick. Come along and take part in the Big Butterfly Count as well as storytelling and games.
Butterfly Walk at Stanton, Gloucestershire
St Abbs National Nature Reserve for Grayling, Dark Green Fritillary, Northern Brown Argus and other butterflies.
A walk in the wilder parts of Midlothian, with a chance of seeing the first Small Skippers that have been recorded in the Lothians ever.
Bats and moths at Harestanes. Discover the secret and surprising world of these animals! See what comes to the moth trap with a local expert and enjoy a short twilight walk to view and hear bats.
Get up close and personal with bats and moths. Come and dispel all your fears of these intriguing animals. We will also be among lots of people all over the British Isles recording the moths we find to contribute to this year’s national ‘Moth Night’ survey.
Moth Night at Whichford Wood, part of National Moth Night.
Guided Butterfly Walk at Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire
Butterfly Walk at Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire
Discover the nocturnal inhabitants of the Bin Forest, including finding out how to use smelly mixtures and bright lights to attract moths plus bat detectors to locate and identify bats. A local astronomer will also be on hand with a telescope to view the wonders of the night sky (or demonstrate what would otherwise be visible if it is cloudy)!