Families in and around Oxford are being invited to work off those Christmas mince pies and see in the New Year searching for rare butterfly eggs with Butterfly Conservation's Upper Thames Branch
Species to look out for
Welcome to the Upper Thames Branch of Butterfly Conservation.
The Upper Thames Branch covers Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, which includes the beautiful rolling hills of the Chilterns. It is home to several rare species of butterfly and moth, including the Black Hairstreak, Adonis Blue and Striped Lychnis Moth.
If you live in the region and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the Upper Thames branch.
A chance to have a nice walk on this beautiful reserve near Beaconsfield and take part in conservation work for the rare moth and butterfly species found here...
Join the Upper Thames Branch in protecting the future of the beautiful butterflies and moths found at this reserve near Beaconsfield. All tools are provided.
Your butterfly and moths records in the Upper Thames region are essential to our conservation work
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