Become a member
By becoming a member of Butterfly Conservation today you can do something important not just for Britain's butterflies and moths but for the planet as whole.
Members will receive a fantastic pack including a set of collectible postcards, access to our nature reserves, a subscription to our exclusive magazine 3 times a year, plus more!
Can't find the membership for you? Other membership types are available.
Help our work
Five pounds can buy 10 wildflower seed packs to plant new nectar rich flowers for butterflies.
Ten pounds buys 120 butterfly identification leaflets to help people learn about the butterflies they see.
Twenty pounds funds the restoration of 300 sq metres of coppice for rare woodland butterflies.
Or a custom amount...
What did you see
Where did you spot it?
How big was it?
What colour was it?
What wing markings did it have?
Develop your love of the natural world this summer by becoming a member of Butterfly Conservation. Join by direct debit before 30 June 2013 and you’ll receive a free Pocket Guide to Butterflies.
UK nature is in trouble – that is the conclusion of a groundbreaking report published today by a coalition of leading conservation and research organisations.
Gardens can act as important stepping stones between nature reserves and other natural habitat by offering abundant supplies of nectar. Find out what you can do in your garden for butterflies and moths.
Only by working together today can we ensure they survive for the children of tomorrow.
This year's first butterfly sightings are off to a flying start, with 5 species spotted alone on New Years Day! If you have seen a butterfly this year please let us know so we can add it to our records!
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