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BC Suffolk Branch
The official Suffolk Branch of Butterfly Conservation - the national charity aiming to save butterflies, moths, theirs & our environment!
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BC Suffolk Branch Jun 19
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David James Jun 18
BUTTERFLY NEWS - Silver-washed Fritillary now out in Northants with the 1st of the year seen today (18/06/19) in Salcey Forest.
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Suffolk Butterflies Jun 18
Another great newsletter from branch. Some great articles and photos. Well done to all involved. Be proud
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Peter Clarke Jun 18
First of the year on June 17 reported from Stocking Wood,
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BC Suffolk Branch Jun 18
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BC Suffolk Branch Jun 17
Start planning your visits to our local woods e.g. Bonny Wood and Bradfield Wood
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Matt Berry Jun 16
As always, 10% of profits from this butterfly holiday are donated to to support conservation work for all Lepidoptera, in UK and the rest of Europe.
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BC Suffolk Branch Jun 16
Thu 20 Jun 10.00am - 2.30pm Butterfly Walk Help complete under-recorded areas to the SW of Halesworth Provisional meeting point is Walpole green in village centre TM364745 Contact Peter Maddison to confirm details see
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Robert Quadling Jun 15
15/6/19 SWT Carlton Marshes, a few Large Skipper Butterflies seen today.
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Robert Quadling Jun 15
15/6/19 SWT Carlton Marshes, several Painted Lady Butterflies recorded around the reserve .
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Kevin Jun 15
Purdis Heath today - 7 Silver Studded Blues seen . Nice to see there too.
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Martin Warren Jun 16
Two big wows on trip to Alpi Maritimi. Scarce Fritillary admiring a guests hat and Asian Fritillary on sweaty leg of - brilliant start
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Rebecca's Butterfly Farm Jun 16
By not cutting the grass in our for a few weeks, we've discovered we have Birdsfoot Trefoil growing. Some lay on this so we are going to let this patch grow 🥚🐛🥐🦋
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Greenwings Jun 16
Our new butterfly tour in Italy 🇮🇹 has started very well. One of our guides has reported seeing 50+ species on the first full day 👍🏼 More news to follow as we get it. 🦋
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BC Suffolk Branch May 28
We need 11 people who can spare 2 hours just twice in Jul & Aug for a nice walk in the countryside counting butterflies. 11 squares in the Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey need you. Details & co-ordinator Twm Wade's contact details at
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Jon Dunn Jun 15
Whilst I enjoy seeing a conventional swallowtail species as much as the next biologist, I particularly enjoy their Parnassius relatives, the apollos. These Clouded Apollo were busy making more apollos when we found them yesterday - our last butterflies of the tour.
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Butterfly Conservation Jun 15
Looking to identify a moth or want to know which moths to see locally? Find out with the What's Flying Tonight app:
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Kevin Jun 15
Rare sighting of this Small Blue at Landseer Park this morning. First ever sighting in Suffolk
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