Richard Fox gives the low down on his pick of what you can see in April.
Les Hill explains why some recorders who would normally record all year round still haven’t switched their traps on at all as it’s so cold!
We British are very interested in the weather. It’s a national obsession, and nowhere more so than among Britain’s butterfly and moth enthusiasts.
Les Hill gives his verdict on February 2013, and how it compares to records over the years. Will things get better or worse?
Since the 1950s, the UK has developed a world leading system of conserving its natural heritage. But these hard won gains are now being steadily eroded in the rush to save money and deregulate.
This week Les Hill looks at what methods can be used to get your records into your computer and ultimately into the National Moth Recording Scheme.
With a mix of rain, wind, snow and frost not a moth has dared enter the BC Towers Moth Trap this week, so instead Les Hill explains why recording moths is more important than ever... when they do arrive!
The National Trust explains the importance of volunteering, and why The Octavia Hill Awards are so celebrated.
‘What is the difference between butterflies and moths?’ - Richard Fox, Surveys Manager tackles this often asked question.
With snow on the ground there is not a butterfly in sight - but there are still plenty of birds! Join the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch and count how many.
The first 2013 report from Les Hill, Senior Data Manager, National Moth Recording Scheme and Dorset County Macro-moth Recorder reports from the BC Towers Moth Trap.
The first 2013 report from Les Hill, Senior Data Manager, National Moth Recording Scheme and Dorset County Macro-moth Recorder.
Dr Martin Warren, Chief Executive at Butterfly Conservation goes hunting for eggs...
A special Christmas report from Les Hill. The ‘Towers Trap’ sits in a sheltered corner of Butterfly Conservation’s headquarters in rural Dorset.
Richard Fox, Butterfly Conservation Surveys Manager explains butterfly and moth "hibernation"
The ‘Towers Trap’ sits in a sheltered corner of Butterfly Conservation’s headquarters in rural Dorset.
Reports from Les Hill, Senior Data Manager, National Moth Recording Scheme and Dorset County Macro-moth Recorder.
Richard Fox, Butterfly Conservation Surveys Manager reminisces...