Recording your sightings

Recording and monitoring carried out by volunteers is vital for the conservation of butterflies and moths.

The current advice to stay at home in order to limit the spread of coronavirus means that some recording and monitoring activities must stop for now (see Butterfly Conservation guidance below).

Updated guidance for UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (transects) and Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey volunteers

Updated guidance for butterfly and moth recorders

Please tell us about the butterflies that you see in your garden or other land at home (e.g. if you live on a farm).

All sightings are useful so please record them using one of the following methods

  1. Submitting your sightings on a computer, using the Butterfly Conservation Butterflies for the New Millennium Online
     
  2. The iRecord Butterflies app (get the app from either iTunes or Google Store)  
     
  3. Using the paper record sheet Single Site Recording Form or Casual Recording Form. Please note these sheet include species that are not found in Norfolk. Please send the completed form to Andy Brazil 19 Beeching Road, Norwich NR1 2LE.
     
  4. Using the electronic recording forms
Norfolk Single Site Form
document 15.40 KB
Norfolk Casual Form
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet 10.92 KB

     Please email the completed form to recorder@norfolkbutterflies.co.uk

Thank you for your support