Species to look out for
Welcome to the Devon Branch of Butterfly Conservation.
If you live in the region and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the Devon branch.
Join the Devon Branch on this field trip to see Pearl-bordered Fritillaries and other early butterflies. Numbers of Pearl-bordered Fritillaries have been steadily rising and the breeding areas increased at this site, following conservation management by the Forestry Commission.
Join the Devon and Dorset Branches on a guided walk over chalk downland to search for colonies of Duke of Burgundy butterflies. We shall also look for other species of butterflies, possibly including some Blues, Green Hairstreak, Dingy and Grizzled Skippers and Marsh Fritillary.
Join the Devon Branch on a moth trapping evening in this Devon Wildlife Trust Reserve, a mixed woodland site.
A woman from Bratton Clovelly near Okehampton has received an Outstanding Volunteer Award from a national wildlife charity.
One of the UK’s most endangered butterflies has colonised new areas of a Forest in Devon, Butterfly Conservation (BC) can reveal.
More than three-quarters of the UK’s butterflies have declined in the last 40 years with some common species suffering significant slumps, a major scientific study has revealed.