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Ringlets have now been reported, and today a Marbled White was photographed at Dersingham Bog
Our walk at Strumpshaw Fen on 14-5-16 was very successful in spite of the weather forecast . . . .
We were lucky that this was organised on perhaps the first suitable night of the year;
Snettisham Butterfly Field Trip 24 May 2016 By Kiri Stuart-Clarke Swifts circling overhead and beautiful hawthorn blossom coloured pure white and rich blush pink were the signs of spring that welcomed us to Snettisham Beach for our first butterfly foray of 2016.But the weather was less than auspicious for butterfly hunting.
Once again the weather let us down
Information on the latest sighting in Norfolk from our Country Recorder
Moths Count update April 2016 Spring has apparently arrived, although here in Dorset the nights are cooler now than they were during December last year. The moth trap has only been out a few times at Butterfly Conservation’s Head Office. The best night of the year so far was 13 April when 69 individuals of 13 species were recorded. The usual suspects for this time of year were the most numerous species; . . . .
Report of our Field Trip to Lynford Arboretum on 18th May Some twenty keen people assembled on a soggy morning at Lynford Arboretum on 18th May where we opened four moth traps put out the previous evening at locations in or around the site itself.
The season has started and plenty of species are being reported
Amazing photographs taken in the mountains of Europe
There were no empty seats
AGM report including photos of the competition winners
On the August 6th, 2015 the branch held a field trip to Upton Fen. Below is a report and some photos from by Ann Carpenter
On the 12th August 2015 several members of the branch completed a butterfly survey at Warham Camp. Below is a report and photos from Derek Longe
Twelve people joined this field trip to Foxley Wood.
Fourteen people joined us on this trip to Long's Wood near Wymondham Norfolk
A European butterfly which made news headlines last month for being the first on record to survive a British winter has now emerged in Cambridgeshire, Butterfly Conservation can reveal.