Restoring and joining up habitat will prevent the UKs threatened butterflies and moths from becoming extinct in the future, a groundbreaking report today revealed.
The Coalition Government is failing on its own commitments to Britains natural environment.
Journalist and author Patrick Barkham has scooped a prestigious environmental award...
Spend every day of next year with a beautiful butterfly - 2013 Butterfly Calendars.
Natural England has teamed up with Butterfly Conservation and the farming community across the country to help save some of our most threatened butterflies.
Butterfly Conservation is concerned that the potential spread of Ash dieback fungus could pose a significant risk to Ash-dependent butterflies and moths.
Preventing habitat fragmentation could help butterflies survive severe drought...
Study sheds light on migration mystery
Thousands defy the wet weather to count butterflies
Henry Edmunds, of Cholderton Estate in Wiltshire, has been crowned the UK's most wildlife-friendly farmer 2012
Conspicuous by their absence all summer, Red Admirals have appeared en masse
Colourful butterflies delayed by the rain
Pearl boost in the Wyre Forest
Big Butterfly Count 2012 is in full swing, but where are all the butterflies?
Attenborough urges public to take part in Big Butterfly Count
Spelman pledges 'our forests will stay in public hands'
Our butterflies need you!
Return of the Ranunculus
Volunteers survey for the Small Blue in Angus
Butterfly numbers in the UK countryside fell by almost a quarter last summer, according to a new scientific study.
New evidence shows species are changing their diet to increase chance of survival
Help discover where this rare Chequered Skipper is hiding
Take a closer look at some of our rarest species this spring during Save Our Butterflies Week
Some species emerging early but others delayed by the deluge
Don't panic about the Oak Processionary moth
Report shows butterfly recovery
Cotswold site could become flagship Large Blue reserve
Boost for Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary in North Wales
New guide to the dos and don'ts
The devil will be in the detail