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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The theme of this year’s Moth Night is pyralid moths
Join us in our search for Fritillary butterflies on Bodmin Moor...
A moth recording event at the remarkable Observatory with an inspection of the catch on the Saturday morning at 10.00.
A return visit to this popular site
Discover the beauty of these night-time creatures and the different ways of attracting them. If you can't make the evening then come along the following morning to inspect the catch.
Join us for a field trip to see the Heath Fritillary
The Butterfly Nectar Garden at Prinknash is part of the walled garden owned by the monks at Prinknash Abbey, near Cranham, Gloucester GL4 8EX. Members of the Branch will be on hand to answer questions about butterflies and plants and Butterfly Conservation in general.
Meet some wee woodland beasties, including live moths caught the night before and discover who is lurking in the pond at Burnett Park!
The Buckinghamshire Invertebrate Group (BIG), BBOWT and the Upper Thames branch of Butterfly Conservation welcome beginners to moth trapping, families and interested members of the public to meet us to examine moths trapped on National Moth Night.
One of the best sites for High Brown Fritillary as well as Dark Green Fritillary
Walk round this flower studded marsh in the Waveney Valley owned and managed by Suffolk Wildlife Trust looking for summer butterflies and other wildlife.
Part of the Back from the Brink (BftB) Cotswolds project. Provide skills for surveying Duke of Burgundy larval damage.
This field trip forms part of a weekend trip to the Lake District
Join our Black Hairstreak species champion on a trip to see 'his' butterfly.
Join the Wiltshire and Dorset Branches on this survey of chalk grassland in south Wiltshire...
Join Peter Fewell for the first of a series of walks around Cassiobury Park, looking at the butterflies found in different areas.
Guided Butterfly and Nature Stroll
The Large Blue was re-introduced at Daneway Banks and it is now one of the best places in Europe to see this butterfly.
Ever wondered what butterflies do outside transect hours? Come and find out!
Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary, Northern Brown Argus and Large Heath
An away-day in search of Heath Fritillary
Join Andrew Wood for a Butterfly Walk after first examining the contents of the previous night’s moth trap with the Holland Park Ecology Centre
Dinner and dancing at this magical event to celebrate Butterfly Conservation's 50th Anniversary.
10.30 – 12.30 at Yealand and 1400 – 1600 at Myers.
Join us on a field trip at our reserve at Holtspur Bottom.
An exploratory field event around this heathland where Silver-studded Blue has been recorded in the past.
To search for the elusive Black Hairstreak
The Quarr is Sherborne’s local nature reserve, an area of young woodland, scrub and grassland off the Bristol Road, which supports flowers (including orchids), butterflies and other species...
We're joining up with the Edinburgh Natural History Society to look for two of the area's butterfly specialities, the Small Blue and Northern Brown Argus. Should be lots more to see as well.
Visit to Yelnow Wood for plants and butterflies