Surrey & SW London branch

Colley Hill, Surrey

Species to look out for


For general records, please use iRecord, via computer or APP,
or email spreadsheet to Harry Clarke

Please see our four recording pages

1 Recording Guide
2 Champions
: could you champion a square or species?
3 WCBS: record for just one hour, twice a year!
4 Transects
: citizen science in Surrey

Mar 2015: Planning transects on the North Downs west of Dorking: (L-R) John Curtin, Bill Downey, Amanda McCormick (NT Ranger), Phil Boys, Cathy Mead, Gail Jeffcoate


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Our branch

Surrey logoIf you join BC and live in Surrey & SW London
you are automatically a member of our branch, which was created in 1995 from the old London branch. Membership reached 1,000 in Oct 2014.

Benefits include
40+ field trips
New Members' Day
Members' Day: Dorking in November
Skipper magazine: March & October

Surrey ReserveOaken Wood
View the Management Plan
To join a work party, please contact
Malcolm Bridge

Species to look out for (above)
Scroll photos to see Surrey's 41 regular butterflies. Click image to reveal full details, life cycle photos and video.

Websites from Sep 2014

Surrey easyfundraising

Raise money for the branch when you shop online – at no extra cost.
1 Create an easyfundraising account
2 Nominate as your chosen charity: Butterfly Conservation – Surrey & SW London branchThank you

Surrey news

Please email notable sightings, photos or other news to

May-Jul: Surrey Recorders' EVENTS.
Contact Harry Clarke if you can help.

Apr 13 (Mon): Committee meeting, Leatherhead 19.30

Mar: RHS Wisley seeks transect walker.
Please apply HERE by Apr 8.

Mar: Dr Martin Warren, BC Chief Executive, booked as guest speaker for Members' Day, Nov 21

Mar: WCBS 2014 report

Feb: BNM newsletter

Jan 1, Bookham Common: 20 Brown Hairstreak eggs found by eight recorders in two hours

Branch magazine

County Atlas

Surrey AtlasPublished 2013. £16 (+ p&p) from

Also available:
Larger Moths of Surrey
Smaller Moths of Surrey