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If you would like to join in with some conservation work please contact the organiser the day before to make sure that it is still going ahead. All you need is some warm, waterproof clothing, boots and a packed lunch.
The locations of some events do not have a postcode so that Google maps are not very useful. You can see Ordnance Survey maps for these sites at Useful maps.
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This end of season joint field trip with Wiltshire Branch is to look for the elusive Brown Hairstreak. Depending on how the search goes we may move on to another nearby location in the afternoon.Find out more »
Organised by Atropos and Butterfly Conservation, Moth Night is the annual celebration of moth recording throughout Britain and Ireland by enthusiasts with local events aimed at raising awareness of moths among the general public. There will be both local and national events associated with this so watch the websites nearer the time.Find out more »
Gloucester, GL4 8EX United Kingdom + Google Map
The Gloucestershire Butterfly Conservation branch opened it’s first butterfly nectar garden at The Monastery Garden at Prinknash in 2010. So far well over 100 different varieties of plants have gone into making a very attractive area within the old walled garden that was originally tended by the monks of the Monastery. The garden is visited by a good variety of butterflies, moths, bees and other insects.Find out more »
Gloucester, GL4 3JB United Kingdom + Google Map
Event cancelled – sorry for any disappointment.Find out more »
This national event takes place annually on one or more nights during November at locations in the Cotswolds. Possible sites this year are Lineover Wood and Miserden. You will need to pre-register your interest for this event as it takes place at very short notice to coincide with optimum weather conditions.Find out more »
Gloucester, GL4 5EQ United Kingdom + Google Map
Full details of the afternoon, including the agenda, talk and photography competition will be published here nearer the timeFind out more »