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One of the UK’s most endangered butterflies has colonised new areas of a Forest in Devon, Butterfly Conservation (BC) can reveal.
A striking continental butterfly has emerged on the South Coast in record numbers for the second time in three years...
The population of one of the UK’s rarest butterflies has been strengthened following the introduction of the Heath Fritillary to a new site in the Exmoor National Park.
A project to protect the south west’s threatened moorland butterflies has received nearly £23,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Join the Tamar Valley AONB team and Butterfly Conservation for a Bee & Butterfly Day at Greenscombe Wood, Luckett.
Conservationists in Devon have gone to extraordinary lengths to move a colony of rare butterflies from their home in an abandoned quarry after the site was scheduled for redevelopment
A rare and beautiful blue butterfly has made a comeback on a small patch of heathland in South Devon after years of no sightings and YOU can help secure its future by volunteering at Bovey Heathfield in Newton Abbot.
An African moth which hasn't been seen in this country for 45 years has been found in Devon. It is only the second ever sighting in Britain of the Accent Gem...
One of the UK’s rarest moths has taken up residence at a country park in Cornwall, Butterfly Conservation has revealed.
The Torbay branch of Waitrose took up our cause for the month of September in their 'Community Matters' scheme.