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City children connect with nature

An innovative project to reconnect inner-city kids with nature in Bristol looks set to benefit more than 5,000 children by the end of the year...

Caterpillar café heads into the city

A caterpillar café will appear on the streets of Bristol as part of an innovative project to reconnect inner-city children with nature...

All the better for moorland butterflies

The decline of three of the UK’s most threatened butterflies could be reversed across Cornwall, Devon and Somerset with the launch of a ground-breaking conservation project.

Liquorice-Loving Moth Needs Your Help!

Butterfly Conservation (BC) is calling on wildlife enthusiasts around Somerset’s Polden Hills to help stop the decline of a beautiful moth by planting Wild Liquorice seeds on a nature reserve.

The Large Blue Butterfly Needs Your Help!

Wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation is calling on people in Somerton and Langport to help them secure the future of a globally endangered butterfly.

Rare Butterfly Returns To The Moor

The population of one of the UK’s rarest butterflies has been strengthened following the introduction of the Heath Fritillary to a new site in the Exmoor National Park.

Walking With Butterflies

Nature lovers in Somerset and Bristol will be able to discover some of the UK’s rarest and most beautiful butterflies following the launch of a new guidebook for the area.

Hot Chocolate For Caterpillars

An education project aimed at bringing Dorset and Somerset schoolchildren closer to nature has received an important funding boost from the GALAXY Hot Chocolate Fund...