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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Examining the night's moth collectiom
A gentle two mile walk looking for spring butterflies
An opportunity to discover moths at this well-wooded site.
Join us on a walk to look for Silver-Spotted Skipper and other chalk downland species.
Get up close and personal with bats and moths. Come and dispel all your fears of these intriguing animals.
Meet at the house to view last night's catch. This event will form part of Vogrie Park's festival from 4th. to 12th. August.
Brown and Purple Hairstreaks, hopefully both adults and eggs
Joint Butterfly Conservation Cumbria and Lancashire branches
Join us on a walk to look for Chalk Hill Blue, Silver-Spotted Skipper and day-flying moths.
Join the Kent Branch on a walk to see summer butterflies
Join Dorset branch for this exploration of the coast above Tyneham
A joint outing with the Edinburgh Natural History Society, to look for pollinators of both the bee/wasp and butterfly type. A bee expert will be on hand to take us through their identification. The Preston Grange site is supposed to be good for Bumblebees in particular. Butterflies that might turn up are Speckled Wood, Small Skipper and Wall.
Join the North Wales Branch on this search for a rare moth - the Sandhill Rustic! Bring a torch...
The Butterfly Nectar Garden at Prinknash is part of the walled garden owned by the monks at Prinknash Abbey, near Cranham, Gloucester GL4 8EX. Help the branch yo keep it looking it's best for visitors.
Join us on our annual search for the Brown Hairstreak.
Examination of the evening's collection at Latterbarrow
Traps will be placed around Salcey forest the night before. Drop in to see what has been caught and learn more about moths. Free activities will be provided for children.
Join the Dorset Branch on this guided walk with fine views, targeting Adonis Blue and Wall
Join the Upper Thames Branch pulling ragwort at our Holtspur Bottom reserve.
Join the Dorset Branch and Dorset Wildlife Trust at 9.00 am for an inspection of the overnight moth trap, followed at 11am by a butterfly walk looking for Grayling butterflies and other wildlife.
Join us on this visit to some newly created chalk downland habitat, where more than 20 species of butterfly have already been recorded...
Join us on a walk to look for the Grayling butterfly.
This is a hillside walk with gentle/steep inclines over limestone grassland. We hope to see a variety of butterflies and especially Wall Brown, Chalkhill Blue and Brown Argus.
Join the Kent Branch at this Kent Wildlife Trust reserve, where we hope to see Silver-spotted Skipper and other downland species of butterflies.
Join the Dorset and Devon Branches at this joint event near Shaftesbury to find the Silver-spotted Skipper and other species...
Small Tortoiseshell, Red Admiral, Peacock, Painted Lady, Comma and other late summer butterflies
Join the Dorset Branch and Dorset Wildlife Trust on a visit to enjoy the butterflies of Ballard Down, including the second brood of Adonis Blue...
Guided Walk - Fontmell Down - The last Dorset refuge of the Silver-spotted Skipper
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.
Learn about moth-trapping and survey methods in the evening and/or come back the following morning to inspect some of the moths found. An event with the Tweeddale U3A Group.