Neonicotinoid pesticides linked to butterfly declines
Species to look out for
Welcome to the Norfolk Branch of Butterfly Conservation.
If you live in Norfolk and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the Norfolk branch.
Click the link below for the following:
• Information about Norfolk
• Brief history of the Branch
• The Branch activities
• How to Become a Member
News From Norfolk.
A striking continental butterfly has emerged on the South Coast in record numbers for the second time in three years...
Tribute to former Butterfly Conservation Chair Harold Hughes
Climate change toll on butterflies and moths
Wales Environment Link (WEL), a coalition of 29 environmental NGOs in Wales, including Butterfly Conservation, is encouraging Assembly Members to vote to progress the Environment (Wales) Bill.
Butterflies in Norfolk
The current butterfly list for Norfolk includes thirty-nine species. These range from very widespread and common species such as Peacock, and Large White to species with extremely restricted distributions such as the Swallowtail.
Based on the records from 2014 we have provide a list of the butterflies seen which can be found here.
We are producing a list of various sites in Norfolk that are recognised for supporting butterflies. This list is being reviewed and updated. To view the list click Where to see Butterflies in Norfolk