is Surrey's recommended recording platform.
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e.g. Surrey butterflies 2019.

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Tree of conservation & recording

Please also see our dedicated pages:
Maps & Reports
Transects & WCBS.

      Recording Where to submit records
      iRecord via computer,
      via iRecord
      Butterflies App 
      Garden Butterfly Survey Enter data
      Big Butterfly Count Results
      Migrant Watch Enter data
      UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme: Transects Enter data
      Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey (WCBS) Enter data
      Butterflies for the New Millennium
      BC's database, collated from all sources

      County Butterfly Recorder
      Records submitted to the above schemes will be received by the County Recorder.
      Harry Clarke: 70 Norwood Road,
      Effingham KT24 5NX

      If you are unable to use iRecord, or have confidential records, please email spreadsheet to the County Recorder, including:

      1. Date
      2. Species name
      3. Number – assumed to be adults unless qualified
      4. Sex if possible
      5. Location
      6. Grid reference
      7. Recorder's name

      Paper Records: accepted if you are unable to submit records electronically.

      MAP: BC Surrey & SW London branch covers Watsonian vice-county 17, which includes most of the administrative county of Surrey and part of Greater London.
      VC17 Surrey

      Species Champions

      Wood White Harry Clarke
      Brown Hairstreak Harry Clarke &
      Bill Downey
      White-letter Hairstreak Bill Downey
      Small Blue Gail Jeffcoate
      Silver-studded Blue Harry Clarke
      Adonis Blue Gail Jeffcoate
      Grayling Graham Cotten

      Surrey Atlas Series

      2013 Butterflies of Surrey Revisited
      2012 Smaller Moths of Surrey
      1997 Larger Moths of Surrey
      1995 Butterflies of Surrey – out of print

      Identification websites

      Identify a Butterfly
      UK Butterflies
      Day-flying Moths