Species to look out for
Welcome To The Yorkshire Branch Of Butterfly Conservation.
Founded in 1981, the Yorkshire Branch of Butterfly Conservation is one of the largest geographically as the county of Yorkshire measures approximately 150km north to south and 170km east to west!
From its humble beginnings with eighteen members, the branch has grown steadily to around one thousand members today. If you live in the region and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the Yorkshire branch.
A flower-strewn Cotswold valley that could become home to the UK's rarest butterfly has been awarded prestigious National Nature Reserve status by Natural England.
A father and son team are embarking on an island odyssey to count butterflies at one of Northern Ireland’s most famous landmarks – Strangford Lough.
Sir David Attenborough is calling on the public to become back garden wildlife detectives this summer.
An illustrated talk by Avril Monteath.
Gearrchoille wood is a 30 acre semi-natural ancient broad-leaved, predominantly Oak and Birch, woodland which was gifted to the community by the Balnagown Estate in 2003. Moth traps will be set up in the wood on Friday night and the contents will be looked at on the Saturday morning.