Butterflies and moths are sensitive indicators of the health of our environment. Find out how you can help them.
Here are 2019's earliest sightings of resident and common migrant butterflies, as reported to Butterfly Conservation. You can follow all the latest sightings live on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram too.
Taking part in the National Moth Recording Scheme is simple and everyone is welcome. Any larger (macro-) moth that you see, whether you are moth trapping on a Scottish mountain or relaxing in your garden, can be recorded and submitted to form part of this important scheme.
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Help us create new areas of habitat and connecting suitable sites, allowing the Duke to spread its wings in Gloucestershire, Cumbria, Wiltshire and beyond.
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Volunteers in our Branches manage over 30 Nature Reserves - all havens for butterflies, moths and other wildlife. Why not visit one near you?
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