The natural world needs our help. Habitats have been destroyed on a massive scale, and now patterns of climate and weather are shifting unpredictably in response to pollution of the atmosphere.

The disappearance of butterflies and moths is more serious than just a loss of colour in the countryside.

Without your support, butterflies and moths would not be monitored, their habitats would continue to disappear, food chains disrupted, and the future of our planet would continue to be at risk. We must act now. 

Choose a project to support - 

Large Heath - Tim Melling

Back The Bog Squad

Take action now to restore precious peatland, for wildlife and for people. 

Marsh Fritillary (Female/Upperwing) - Iain Leach

Defend The Marsh Fritillary

 If habitat continues to decline this iconic butterfly will not survive.

Dark Bordered Beauty

Protect the Dark Bordered Beauty

The Dark Bordered Beauty is at risk of extinction in England unless it can spread to new landscapes.

Small pearl-bordered fritillary - Iain H Leach

Take conservation action in the West Midlands

Protect the Small Pearl-bordered butterflies in the West Midlands 

Your donation, large or small, will help butterflies, moths and our environment. 

Silver-studded Blue - Mark Searle

Save habitats across East England

Donate to help threatened species like the Brown Hairstreak, Silver-studded Blue and Marsh Carpet moth.

Narrow-bordered Bee Hawk-moth - Kasia Bukowska

Keep Moths Flying

Some of the UK’s rarest moths are clinging to survival. 

Heath Fritillary (upperwing) - Iain Leach

Help the Heath Fritillary

This vulnerable species has already come close to extinction once; we need to ensure this does not happen again.