Online talks

Join one of our fantastic online events from the comfort of your own home! We have engaging and very knowledgeable speakers covering lots of topics, we are sure you will find plenty you want to join. Take a look below at the exciting upcoming online events. 

These meetings provide a great opportunity to hear about progress with the National Moth Recording Scheme, find out the latest developments in moth research and conservation with fellow recorders. The meeting is open to anyone interested in moth recording and conservation. There will be a meeting for County Moth Recorders and Verification Assistants during the lunch break. Book HERE Agenda HERE

Join us online HERE  with the wonderful photographer Andrew Fusek Peters. Andrew will talk about the five years he spent travelling round the UK to photograph UK butterfly species, many captured in flight. 

BC Yorkshire has its regular series of Zoom talks  for winter 2023/4.  

First up is James Lowen talking about his recent book "Much ado about mothing" A year intoxicated by Britain's rare and remarkable moths. For an exciting evening book  here

Previous online talks - catch up on the ones you've missed!   

2022 Butterfly Review

 Transect walkers meeting including 2022 annual species review and 30 year look back at the long term trends

20th March 2023

Bringing biodiversity to where we live and work with Phil Stirling 

6th March 2023

Farming and Butterflies:

A European perspective

Was 2022 the best Moth year ever? with Charlie Fletcher 

23rd January 2022

Yorkshire Transect Walkers meet-up 2022  with Nick Hall and Catherine Jones.


Swallowtails: Keeping them safe here and abroad with Dr Mark Collins


A Moth Conservation Strategy for Yorkshire? with dave wainwright


Can butterflies find refugia from climate change with Dr Andy Suggitt


The Purple Emperor: An Idiosyncratic species with Dennis Dell


The Conservation Status of the Duke of Burgundy Butterfly