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A wonderful blue colour that makes this butterfly stand out.
Dark Green Fritillary one to look out for from mid June to late August
The Swallowtail is one the species that Norfolk is well know for.
A small butterfly found in the woods
A very successful morning despite the weather
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13 species of butterfly seen on our afternoon walk.
A total of six Silver Washed Fritillarys and four White Admirals seen
Once again the Norfolk branch of Butterfly Conservation had a stand at the Royal Norfolk Show. This year we were blessed with good weather making the show that bit more enjoyable
In spite of the weather twelve of us arrived at Pigney's Wood, a 58 acre community woodland south of Knapton.
A grey, chilly day for our jointly run event did not deter visitors, all of whom saw a freshly emerged Swallowtail which sat on a reed stem all day.
Our annual Open Day is the only day in the year when members of BC and the public have the opportunity to see what the inside of the reserve is like.
We saw orange tips, green vein whites and speckled woods along the rides, but on the outskirts of the wood, along the edges of the meadow there were many small heath
Early Migrant in Norwich on 31st May
Butterflies of Bulgaria summary of talk that was held on Wednesday 7th May 2014
UK butterflies rallied last summer following their worst year on record but numbers were still below average, a study has revealed.