UK braced for influx of rare continental moths looking for ivy to feed upon
Species to look out for
Welcome to the South Wales Branch of Butterfly Conservation.
If you live in the region and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the South Wales branch.
Labour Assembly Member (AM) for the Vale of Glamorgan, Jane Hutt, has ‘adopted’ one of the rarest butterflies in Wales in a bid to boost its numbers...
The Red Admiral enjoyed a record summer in this year's Big Butterfly Count...
Light scrub and bramble removal and other light management work needs to be carried out, even with regular summer cattle grazing, on our marsh fritillary reserve near Cross Hands.
Meet at 10.00am at the entrance to Pant Quarry on the west side of the B4265 between Ewenny & St Brides Major. The grid reference is SS896760. The quarry is closed at weekends, so we can park in the entrance. Contact: Richard Smith (07977 811404 ) or <email@example.com>.
Meet in small reserve car park at SN033058 or, if full, park in village and walk back. Arrive 10.00 for 10.15am start on foreshore. This is a WTSWW reserve and event, for which help has, in recent years, been provided by BC members. Contact: David Redhead, 01646 650155.
Butterfly News - The Newsletter of the South Wales Branch of Butterfly Conservation, September 2005 Issue.
Butterfly News - The Newsletter of the South Wales Branch of Butterfly Conservation, April 2005 Issue.
Butterfly News - The newsletter for the south Wales Branch of Butterfly Conservation, December 2004 issue.