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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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.
Joint event: Butterfly Conservation Cumbria & Lancashire branches
Target species: Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary and possibly the best display of hawthorn flowers (with Bluebell and Buttercup} that you will ever see!
Joint event: Butterfly Conservation Cumbria & Lancashire branches. Optional extension to 15.00
Joint event: Lancs. BC and Kendal Nat. History Society.
10.30 – 12.30 at Yealand and 1400 – 1600 at Myers.
This event includes the opening of moth traps in the morning, a presentation on BC's 50th anniversary by Chris Winnick and one by Phil Smith on the Invertebrates of the Sefton coast, together with a guided walk around this wonderful nature reserve.
All members of Lancashire BC together with their guests are welcome to attend.
Target: White-letter Hairstreak and other summer species
Target: White-letter Hairstreak
Target species: High Brown and Dark Green Fritillaries, Grayling and other summer butterflies
Target: Grayling and other summer butterfly species.
Joint Butterfly Conservation Cumbria and Lancashire branches