Butterfly Conservation - saving butterflies, moths and our environment
Butterfly Conservation
Hertfordshire & Middlesex Branch
Saving butterflies, moths and our environment

Walks and Talks 2018

A full programme of walks has been planned for 2018.

Members may attend any of the events in this programme and friends and non-members are very welcome

All events are organised by Butterfly Conservation ~ Hertfordshire & Middlesex Branch unless otherwise stated

Neighbouring branches also have a wide ranging programme of walks, some are quite close to our branch borders and a few have been included. A full list of walks can be viewed on the national website: http://butterfly-conservation.org/244/events.html

If you wish to know more about an individual event please get in touch with the named contact for the walk.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Children are welcome at our events, but if under 16 they must be accompanied by at least one adult for two children. It is the responsibility of the accompanying adult(s) to ensure that the event is within the children's ability.

Tips for an enjoyable field trip

Click on image for tips to ensure an enjoyable and safe walk


Links to other groups arranging walks; fieldtrips and moth evening events in Hertfordshire & Middlesex
Herts & Middlesex Moth Group
London Natural History Society
Herts Natural History Society
Herts Branch ~ British Naturalists' Association
London Wildlife Trust
Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust
Countryside Management Service

A map of the locations of all the walks can be viewed on this Google map link - please look at the programme below to confirm all the details

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Date: Sunday 30th SEPTEMBER 2018
Event: Butterfly Walk for Small Copper and other early autumn butterflies Small Copper

Small Copper © Dave Miller

Site: Nomansland Common
Grid Reference and or postcode: TL171124 [Landranger Map 166]
Time & Meeting place: 14:00 in the public car park at Ferrers Lane in the middle of the Common. This walk to last 1 to 1 ½ hours
Directions/Transport: From St Albans take the B651 north towards Wheathampstead. Pass through Sandridge Village and you will reach the common half a mile further on. At the cross roads in the centre of the common, turn left into Ferrers Lane. The car park is 500 yards along on the left. Nearest station is Harpenden (Thameslink from London St. Pancras Int.) - approx 3 miles
Information: Join Malcolm Hull for a walk around Nomansland Common, one of the best grassland sites for early autumn butterflies especially Small Copper!
Contact details: Malcolm Hull ~ 01727 857893 or email: malcolmhull@hertsmiddx-butterflies.org.uk



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