Species to look out for
Welcome to the North Wales branch of Butterfly Conservation.
If you live in the region and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the North Wales branch.
There is a very useful site about butterflies and moths in North Wales called North Wales Lepidoptera.
An extremely rare moth has been discovered in Wales for the first time. Butterfly Conservation received two separate records of the Barred Tooth-striped moth at a woodland site in Monmouthshire earlier this month...
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.
Wales Environment Link (WEL), a coalition of 29 environmental NGOs in Wales, including Butterfly Conservation, is encouraging Assembly Members to vote to progress the Environment (Wales) Bill.
Join Simon Spencer for a Butterfly Walk at Llanymynech Rocks. This is a chance to see spring butterflies including pearl bordered fritillary, green hairstreak, grizzled skipper and dingy skipper at this fascinating former quarry. Booking is essential as this event will be weather dependent.
A chance to see some rare spring butterflies at this fascinating site. Amongst them the pearl bordered fritillary. This will be a fairly long walk that will involve some scrambling. Booking is essential as this event will be weather dependent.
Join Andrew Graham for an exciting chance to see the rare marsh fritillary. We will meet at the main car park in Dolgellau (GR:728179).
Click here to see the latest butterfly and moths sightings in the North Wales branch region. Older sightings can be found in the "Archived Records" section below.
Send your new sightings to Ian Gorton at: firstname.lastname@example.org please include:
- Date seen.
- Butterfly species and approx numbers of each
- Where you saw them
- The nearest town
- The grid reference
- Your name
- Any additional info you want to include.