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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Please note change of date! Join the Herts & Middlesex Branch on the monthly work party at our Millhopper's Pasture reserve, held on the first Sunday of the month...
You're invited to join East Scotland Branch at their annual general meeting, where you can find out more about what Butterfly Conservation do in this part of Scotland and how you can get involved.
This is the annual survey of the only viable Belted Beauty colony remaining in England.
Organised by Steve palmer
Join the Dorset Branch on an early season butterfly walk
Identification workshop focussing on Pearl-bordered and Small Pearl-bordered Fritillaries.
Join Malcolm Hull for a butterfly walk around Bricket Wood Common for spring butterfly species. The walk is part of SuStAinable StAlbans Week
Moth evening - see and learn about late spring moths that fly in an urban landscape.
Spring Butterflies in the King’s Forest
including GUEST SPEAKER
Head of Monitoring, Butterfly Conservation
Visiting Professor in Conservation Science at the University of Northampton
“Current Trends of British Butterflies”
The Bog Squad will be visiting to Portmoak Moss at Scotlandwell, near Loch Leven to remove invasive scrub. Removal of these small trees is vital to protect the habitat from drying out and threatening the specialist species that live on the moss.
Dates provisional - please check nearer the time.
We’ll probably select three Sunday mornings and six weekdays during this 3 week period to operate habitat transects.
Landscape, flowers and butterflies
Join Surrey Branch at Sheepleas; target: spring Skippers, Green Hairstreak
Like butterflies? Interested in recording them? This is the place for you!
Part of the Back from the Brink (BftB) Cotswolds project. Provide skills for surveying Duke of Burgundy sites.
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 free training workshop in Glasgow to find out how to identify and record these beautiful butterflies which are on your doorstep.
A 3 mile walk along Langden Brook in the Trough of Bowland to see Green Hairstreak and Emperor Moths attracted by the use of pheromone lures.
Butterfly walk looking for spring butterflies and bluebells
Kentish Glory moths are an incredibly rare and beautiful species that now can only be found in NE Scotland in the UK. We are seeking volunteers to help monitor this special species.
Join us on the first field trip of the season to look for early Spring butterflies
Field Trip to Great Torrington Commons, with possible sightings of Pearl-bordered and Small Pearl-bordered Fritillaries.
Butterfly “foray” looking at more than one site for target species.
Come and see the moths caught in the garden overnight before releasing them back into the wild. An opportunity to learn more about these fascinating and beautiful nocturnal insects.
Join Suffolk Branch of Butterfly Conservation and lots of other conservation groups at Kiln Meadow. Butterfly and other guided walks, wood crafts, children’s activities, music and storytelling.
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Shere Woodlands; target: spring Skippers
An illustrated talk by Ann Carpenter: A Greek Odyssey - Butterflies of Northern Greece
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Hutchinson’s Bank; target: site specialities
See moths caught the night before in 5 traps set in the forest followed by an optional 3 mile walk to record butterflies and moths. Dingy Skipper might be found.
Join the Surrey Branch for a field trip to Newdigate Brickworks; target: spring Skippers, Green Hairstreak.
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 free training workshop in Dunfermline to find out how to identify and record these beautiful butterflies which are on your doorstep.