Pathways To Butterfly Conservation in North West England - 23 March 2019
BC's Cumbria and Lancashire Branches, in conjunction with Lancaster University, held a free 'Pathways to Butterfly Conservation in North-West England' conference on 23rd March 2019. The day focussed on how members and friends, together with land-owners and managers, can get more involved with the conservation of butterflies and moths.
Thanks to everyone that made this amazing event possible!
Here's a list of all the speakers on the day:
9.20 Welcome - Dr Rosa Menendez
9.25 ‘Fifty Years of Butterfly Conservation’ - Dr Jim Asher
10.05 Data Collection and Data Use - Dr Caroline Bulman
10.25 Data and Habitat Change - A Fritillary Case Study - Dr David Wainwright
11.10 Cumbria Bio-diversity Data Centre: [tbc]
11.30 Student Presentations:
Alex Blomfield - Pearl-bordered Fritillary
Lucy Gunson - Scotch Argus
Adam McVeigh - Mountain Ringlet
Jamal Kabir - Violets and Fritillary Distribution
Time for questions.....
1.15 Student Presentations:
Justine Patton - Moths and Woodlands
Abi Percival - Ride Management
Rosie Bailey - Northern Brown Argus
Time for questions....
2.00 Moth Recording. Steve Benner
2.20 Nature Reserves and Conservation Grazing - Bill Grayson
2.40 Conservation and Opportunities with the National Trust - Craig McCoy
3.20 Volunteer Conservation and Myers Allotment - Chris Winnick
3.40 Duke of Burgundy Conservation in South Lakeland - Martin Wain
4.00 Question and Answer Panel... Chair Dr Andrew Wilby
4.50 Closing Remarks/Evaluation
Visit our Twitter page to see some photos from the day.