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National Butterfly and Moth Events

Various UK wide events promoting butterflies and moths take place every year.

National Moth NightMoth Night - 10 - 12 September 2015 - Theme: Migration

National Moth Night is an opportunity for anyone interested in wildlife to celebrate our moths. An annual event, the date varying each year in order to focus the recording effort on different parts of the season and certain species. Participants are required throughout the British Isles with the results being pooled into Britain’s largest survey moth survey. Visit the National Moth Night web site for more info.


Save Our Butterflies WeekSave Our Butterflies Week - 2015 date tbc

Save Our Butterflies Week an opportunity for Butterfly Conservation members and the general public to take part in a national recording scheme which year on year helps us to build a picture of any changes in butterfly populations over time. More info

Use our simple recording form ( 35kb, 440kb), to record your sightings.


M&S Big Butterfly CountBig Butterfly Count - 17 July - 09 August 2015

After the success of previous Big Butterfly Count, the website will be open for submission of Big Butterfly Count sightings from 17th July to 09th August 2015. See www.bigbutterflycount.org for more information.


 

National Moth NightMoth Night - 09 - 11 June 2016 - Theme: Hawk-moths

National Moth Night is an opportunity for anyone interested in wildlife to celebrate our moths. An annual event, the date varying each year in order to focus the recording effort on different parts of the season and certain species. Participants are required throughout the British Isles with the results being pooled into Britain’s largest survey moth survey. Visit the National Moth Night web site for more info.


National Insect WeekNational Insect Week - 20 - 26 June 2016

Butterfly Conservation is once again a lead partner in this national biennial initiative run by the Royal Entomological Society. See www.nationalinsectweek.co.uk for more information.


Warwickshire Branch Events

Butterfly WalksButterfly Walks

Various field trips take place throughout the year including organised butterfly walks to important sites in our region and beyond. Our trips provide members and the general public with a chance to meet experts and learn about different species and their habitats. They're also ideal for making new friends and can provide various levels of exercise.

Moth NightsMoth Nights

Late night starts and early morning finishes are a key feature of the moth trapping team's activities, especially in the summer. Attend one of our organised moth nights and find out more about our moths from local experts. Impromptu moth trapping sessions are also held throughout the winter months weather permitting. Contact Nigel Stone (Micro Moth Recorder) on 024 7633 5189 for further information.

Conservation and Site Management Work PartiesConservation and Site Management Work Parties

Why not volunteer some of your time to help us with habitat management. Regular work parties take place throughout the year.

Help look after our Ryton Meadow Butterfly Reserve. Meet 10am at reserve car park (SP385 727) off A423, Oxford Road, Ryton on Dunsmore.Contact Mike Slater if attending.

Warwickshire Branch Meetings and AGMWarwickshire Branch Meetings and AGM

Butterfly Conservatuion members are welcome to attend our annual AGM and other events including our Spring Meeting featuring an overview of the year's activities, quizzes, raffles and refreshments. The Warwickshire Branch Committee also holds regular meetings throughout the year.

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