Join the Cambridgeshire and Essex Branch on a conservation work party which will concentrate on habitat management aimed at Black Hairstreak.
Species to look out for
The Cambridgeshire & Essex Branch has over 700 members and covers the administrative county of Cambridgeshire together with the Unitary Authority of Peterborough and the Watsonian Vice-counties of North Essex (VC19) and South Essex (VC18).
The Branch area includes the administrative county of Essex together with the London Boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Newham, Redbridge and Waltham Forest, as well as the Unitary Authority of Thurrock.
If you live in the region and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the Cambridgeshire & Essex branch.
All of our events and activities can be found on our branch website pages, including up-to-date sightings.
Join the Cambridge and Essex Branch on this conservation work party which will concentrate on habitat management for the Grizzled Skipper butterfly. (Time and place to be arranged nearer the date.)
Join the Cambridge and Essex Branch in this ancient woodland on a conservation work party which will concentrate on habitat management aimed at the Black Hairstreak butterfly.
Submit a sighting
Use our new web form to tell us about your butterfly sightings
Cambridgeshire and Essex sightings reports.
Our sightings page is kept up-to-date every few days throughout the year, so its really easy to find out what's onthe wing. You can submit sightings through our form here: http://www.cambs-essex-butterflies.org.uk/submit_sighting.php
or contact our recorders withmore comprehensive sets of records by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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