Sunday 23rd June 2019, 9:00am-1:00pm

Monkwood, Moseley Road, Hallow, Malvern Hills, Worcestershire, near WR2 6NJ


  • Mike Williams
  • Email: or call: 01299 824860

52.2447791, -2.289658

Join the West Midlands Branch at Monkwood in Worcestershire, where you can take part in one OR two events today! It's completely up to you...

This reserve is on an ancient woodland site and is jointly owned by Butterfly Conservation and the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust. This is a great spot for butterflies and birdwatching! 

Moth Breakfast 9AM: This is your chance to learn more about the amazing world of moths and to find out which species are in the area. Local experts Mike Southall and Mike Williams will be able to open up a moth trap from the night before and show you what moths are inside. Don't worry - they will be very sleepy and will even rest on your hand! The UK has 2500 species of moth and many are very colourful and are often mistaken for butterflies - what will you find?!

Bacon rolls will be on offer, but please bring your own drinks! For more information on where to meet, please email Mike Williams at @email or call: 01299 824860.

Moth trap - Patrick Cook
Going through a moth trap

Guided Butterfly Walk 11AM: Join us on a guided butterfly walk through Monkwood, which is home to around 36 species of butterfly, including the White AdmiralSilver-washed Fritillary and Purple Hairstreak.

For the guided walk, everyone is being asked to meet at the reserve entrance and car park at SO 804 607 (Nearest post codes: WR2 6NX or WR2 6NJ), about a mile from the New Inn Public House at Sinton Green, approximately five miles north-west of Worcester.

For more information on where to meet or to confirm attendance, please email Mike Williams at @email or call: 01299 824860.

White Admiral (underwing) - Bob Eade
White Admiral by Bob Eade