Jenny Joy talks about partnership work with the Forestry Commission at the Warwickshire Branch AGM in 2017. © 2019 Steven Cheshire.
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If you are planning on attending one of our guided walks or moth nights, we recommend that you contact the event leader
so they are aware of your intention to attend and keep you informed of any changes.
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29th June, 2019, 20:00 to late Moth Night
email@example.com 02476 305592
Ryton Pools Country Park, Leamington Road, Bubbenhall CV8 3BG.
Grid reference: SP369725
An introduction to moth trapping with Ben Coleman. A fantastic opportunity for new members and beginners interested in taking up moth trapping and recording.
A chance to learn more about moth trapping, moth traps and see and help identify the moths (which are later released) in the traps.
13th July, 2019, 20:30 to late Moth Night
firstname.lastname@example.org 07977 379330
One mile east of Barton village near Bidford on Avon.
Grid reference: SP125508
Join our moth night in the Heart of England Forest with David Brown where we hope to see Privet Hawk-moth and White Satin among many other species.
Privet Hawk-moth and White Satin
17th July, 2019, 11:00 to Guided Butterfly Walk
email@example.com 01788 335881
Grid reference: SP097630. Please note that parking is limited to entrances to Heart of England Forest land holdings.
Join Mike Slater for guided walk to see the summer butterflies around Spernal Park in the Heart of England Forest.
19th July, 2019, 07:00 to 20:00 Big Butterfly Count
Visit www.bigbutterflycount.org to find out how to take part
The big butterfly count is a nationwide survey aimed at helping us assess the health of our environment. It was launched in 2010 and is the biggest survey of butterflies.
Find out more at www.bigbutterflycount.org/about
20th July, 2019, 11:00 to Guided Butterfly Walk
Meet at the allotment car park by bridge on the Ashlawn Road.
Grid reference: SP516732
A guided butterfly walk with Steve Wright at Ashlawn Cutting where we hope to see silver-washed fritillary which has recently returned to the site along with other summer butterflies.
Silver-washed Fritillary plus other summer butterflies