Introduction to Butterflies in the Chilterns

14 July 2018

Location: Amersham Field Centre, Mop End, Amersham, Bucks, HP7 0QR, UK.

Event description

A wide variety of butterfly species can be found in the attractive grasslands and woodlands of the Chilterns. We will help you recognise the different species, learn how they depend on their habitats, and find out how you can help conserve them. Using a mix of indoor activities, presentations and fieldwork in the varied habitats at our Amersham Centre we'll help you develop the skills and knowledge needed to enjoy watching and recording butterflies.

Martin Harvey tutors regularly for FSC. He is an ecologist specialising in insect conservation, and also works for the Biological Records Centre, helping to support a range of national recording schemes.

Organisation details

This event was not organised by the AES. Please contact the event organiser if you have any queries.

Event organiser: Field Studies Council

Details of this event are embedded within the page using the hCalendar Microformat Microformats logo
The event can also be downloaded in the following formats: [vCalendar] [iCalendar] [xCal] [CSV]

Add event to Add to Google Calendar - requires a Google Calendar account and for you to be logged in.

Instructions on importing this event into your calendar.

Events listings are also available as an RSS newsfeed. Information on how you can use our newsfeeds is available.