We work alongside landowners, local authorities, conservation bodies, businesses and local people to raise awareness about the threats to our butterflies, moths, their habitats and our environment. We provide advice and practical help on how to protect these and other threatened wildlife in the region.
Several butterflies in the region such as the Small Blue and Wood White are particularly vulnerable due to habitat loss and population fragmentation resulting in small isolated colonies which become increasingly susceptible to local or regional extinction. The Wall Brown is now believed to be extinct in the region with no sightings since 2007. Other species such as the Duke of Burgundy are confirmed as extinct in the region, last seen in 1987. Warwickshire also hosts a wide variety of moths including species such as Sciota hostilis which is found nowhere else in the country.
Our members are vital to the work we do in our region. If you live in the region and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the Warwickshire branch.
Species to look out for
Find out more
Join our Flickr group and share your photographs of butterflies, moths and their habitats in Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull online with others.
Let us know what butterflies and day-flying moths you have spotted.
Scientists have discovered that moths may play a much broader role as plant pollinators than previously suspected.
Numbers of one of the UK’s best known garden butterflies have plummeted this summer despite the record-breaking hot weather, results from the Big Butterfly Count have revealed.
Scottish Ministers have “called-in” plans for a golf course at Coul Links near Embo, East Sutherland after deciding that the case is of ‘national importance’.
History fans are being asked to take a closer look at castles this summer in a bid to track the march north of a butterfly success story.
Saturday 1st December 2018, 2.00pm-5.00pm
Frankton Village Hall
Join the Warwickshire branch for their annual AGM followed by various talks including an update on the work undertaken by the branch in 2018 plus as always, there will be a large selection of scrummy cakes plus tea and coffee. There will also be a raffle to raise funds for the branch.
Volunteer with us
Butterfly Conservation relies on the support of thousands of volunteers, and we are always looking for more help inside the office and out in the field. Whether you want to volunteer at a local branch, get outside and help manage our nature reserves, or help with one of our events, we have something for everyone to get involved in! Your time can make a real difference.
- Branch President - Margaret Vickery
- Chairman - Mike Slater
- Vice Chairman - Terry Southgate
- Treasurer - Keith Warmington
- Meeting Secretary - Heather Warmington
- Membership Secretary - Debbie Cheshire
- Annual Report Editor - Keith Warmington
- Newsletters - Michelle Tyrtania
- Web Site Manager - Steven Cheshire
- Education Officer - Richard Lamb
- Committee Member - Gillian Thompson
- Committee Member- Jeff Thompson
Area Liaison Officers
- Birmingham - **VACANT**
- Coventry - Mike Slater
- Kenilworth - Margaret Vickery
- North Warwickshire - Keith Warmington
- Nuneaton & Bedworth - John Liggins
- Rugby - Phil Parr
- Solihull - **VACANT**
- Stratford - Richard Lamb
- Sutton Coldfield - **VACANT**
- Butterflies - Keith Warmington
- Micro Moths - Nigel Stone
- Macro Moths - David Brown
- Transect Coordinator - Keith Warmington
- Butterflies - Mike Slater
- Moths - David Brown
- Moths - Nigel Stone
- Work Party Coordinator - Phil Parr
Regional Conservation Officer
- Conservation Officer - Dr Jenny Joy
Press and Media Contacts
- Butterfly Related News - **VACANT**
- Moth Related News - David Brown
- Conservation News - Mike Slater