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A declining butterfly may have started breeding in Scotland for the first time in 130 years, after eggs were discovered by amateur naturalists in Berwickshire earlier this month...
BC to work on new project to help the High Brown Fritillary in Devon
Butterfly Conservation welcomes publication of long awaited 25 Year Environment Plan
Schools across Hampshire are being invited to sign up for an innovative new project to reconnect children with nature.
A major new conservation project spanning Northern Ireland, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland will help butterflies, birds and other species.
Charities benefit from Patsy Wood Trust legacy grants
Ground-breaking conservation project launched to reverse extinctions
UK braced for influx of rare continental moths looking for ivy to feed upon
The Red Admiral enjoyed a record summer in this year's Big Butterfly Count...
Statement on releasing butterflies at weddings
Conservative MP for Ludlow, Philip Dunne, has ‘adopted’ the Wood White butterfly in a bid to boost its numbers...
Gardeners are being urged to keep their eye out for a potential butterfly bonanza this autumn
As part of the national Species Champion project, Conservative MP for Romsey and Southampton North, Caroline Nokes, is the latest to ‘adopt’ one of the UK’s most threatened butterflies in a bid to boost its numbers...
Marsh Fritillary thriving at some National trust sites, Butterfly Conservation report reveals
White-letter Hairstreak discovered in Scotland for the first time in 130 years
Wildlife lovers are being asked to head to their local canals and riversides this summer to chart the astonishing progress of the comeback kid of the butterfly world.
Julie Williams has been elected as the new Chief Executive of wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation (BC), taking on the role after Dr Martin Warren OBE retired from the post last year.
Sir David Attenborough has warned that UK butterflies face a critical summer after a string of poor years has seen the numbers of many common species decline.
A naturalist who almost single-handedly saved a rare butterfly from extinction in Sussex, has been awarded a British Empire Medal (BEM) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for his long-standing services to wildlife conservation.
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...
Gardeners are being asked to help the UK’s beleaguered butterflies, bees and moths by making their county the most pollinator-friendly in the UK.
Butterfly Conservation welcomes B&Q's decision to stop using controversial pesticides
UK butterflies suffered their fourth worst year on record in 2016 with the majority of species experiencing a decline in numbers, a study has revealed.
Butterfly Conservation has strongly welcomed the sentencing of a collector found guilty of illegally catching and killing the UK’s rarest butterfly.
Butterfly Conservation involved in partnership that will help threatened species come back for the brink of extinction
Collector convicted of catching and killing the UK's rarest butterfly
Butterflies in towns and cities declining faster than their countryside counterparts
A caterpillar café will appear on the streets of Bristol as part of an innovative project to reconnect inner-city children with nature...
Some of the UK's best-loved birds and butterflies could be wiped out as there is not enough habitat for them to cope with the effects of a warming climate.
World-renowned butterfly scientist Dr Martin Warren has been awarded with an OBE for services to the environment.