Species to look out for
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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
Surrey & SW London branch was created in 1995 from the original London branch. Membership reached 1,000 in Oct 2014.
Surrey Reserve: Oaken Wood
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.
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Jul 17–Aug 9: Big Butterfly Count
May 24, Denbies: 26 members, 10 species & batch of 100+ Peacock eggs on nettle leaf (FK)
May 21, Brookwood Cemetery: 9 members, 11 species, incl Grizzled Skipper in three places, two Painted Ladies dashing north &
egg-laying Green Hairstreak (FK)
May: Insight into the lives of butterflies
Blog by Nick Broomer (Cranleigh)
May 12, Blatchford Down:
14 members, 11 species,
incl Brown Argus (David Hasell)
May: UKBMS Spring Newsletter, including feature by Bill Downey
Apr: National AGM & Members' Day will be in SURREY, Sat 14 Nov, at the Cobham Hilton
Apr: many thanks to Malcolm Bridge, who has stepped down after 11 years as Oaken Wood manager
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