Come along to Newark to Bottesford Disused railway and join a group of like-minded people who are enthusiastic about the conservation of the Grizzled Skipper butterfly - a nationally important species which occurs at a small number of sites in south Nottinghamshire.
Species to look out for
Welcome to the East Midlands Branch of Butterfly Conservation
The East Midlands Branch covers the counties of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire & Rutland and lowland Derbyshire.
If you live in the region and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the East Midlands branch.
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Field Trips 2013
View the East Midlands branch field trips 2013
Field Trip Reports 2013
View the East Midlands branch 2013 field trip reports
Downloads, Recording Forms & Newsletters
Minutes of the 2012 East Midlands Branch AGM & Members' Day. Please download and read if you are coming to the 2013 Branch AGM.
Use this form for multiple visits to a single site. Please print out and send completed form to the relevant county recorder, addresses on the form.
Use this form for visits to multiple sites. Please print out and send completed form to the relevant county recorder, addresses on the form.
Use this form for sightings aroung the Carsington Water area in Derbyshire. Please print out and send completed forms to address on form.
Use this form for recording butterflies in the Hatton area of Derbyshire. Please print out the completed form and send to the address on the form.