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Butterfly Conservation Aug 10
A HUGE thank you to everyone who took part in this year's Big ! We are overwhelmed with the amount of support from you all 💚
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The British Nature Guide Aug 9
Lots of Common Blues today at Waverley in Yorkshire for the last day of
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Butterfly Conservation Aug 7
We only need 1,000 more counts to make 2020 the biggest ever! Can you help us reach our target? Add your butterflies to our map, take part today 👉
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Butterfly Conservation Aug 7
We've done it! 🦋 The total for Big 2020 stands at over 117,000 counts, making it the BIGGEST Butterfly Count ever! A huge thank you to everyone who has already taken part. But with the final weekend still to go, how high can we go?
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Lisa Stewart Aug 10
I'm going to make my final additions to the Butterfly Count - a red admiral, comma and peacock! 🦋
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Chris Millward Aug 7
Tomorrow I’m aiming to cover Handsworth Park, Perry Hall Park, Perry Park, Witton Cemetery, Witton Lakes, Bleak Hill Park & Rookery Park because they have not had a yet I will head back to city centre along a section of Grand Union Canal that hasn’t been surveyed
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The British Nature Guide Aug 5
Overcast in Cheshire today, quite breezy. Only one 🦋 seen for Small White on Lavender.
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Chris Millward Aug 8
Replying to @Chris4Patches
....There was a bounty of butterflies & beauty spots across Birmingham today to enjoy! I’ve walked 172 miles, counting 1,988 butterflies along the way! Full report tomorrow on last day of challenge PLEASE share ABOVE tweet to help reach the £700 target 😊👆
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Little Green Space 🐝 Aug 8
It's the final Big weekend. This year's is now the biggest yet, with 117,000 counts - making a huge difference for butterfly conservation! Can you help reach 125,000 by Sunday? Do as many fun 15-minute counts as you can:
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Butterfly Conservation Aug 10
Our Big may have finished, but don't forget that you can still submit any counts done between the 17th July - 9th August!
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Butterfly Conservation Aug 6
Sir David Attenborough needs your help. This is the last weekend of the Big , can you spare just 15 minutes to help save our butterflies? .
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John Harris Aug 8
A beautiful Comma enjoying juicy brambles in the early morning sun.
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Butterfly Conservation Aug 8
The Big is almost over but here are a handful of the butterflies and moths to keep an eye out for over the next few weeks. Sign up to our monthly E-newsletter to discover more species, with tips on how you can attract them to your garden.
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David Rees Roberts Aug 9
Just enough time after work for one last .
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Butterfly Conservation Aug 8
This weekend is your last chance to take part in our Big ! Please get involved, it only takes 15 minutes to make a real difference. Download the free app 👉
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The British Nature Guide Aug 3
Seen during a today in Sandbach in Cheshire today, a beautifully mottled Speckled Wood, enjoying the Ragwort.
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Apatura Ilia Aug 6
Small Copper, Red Admiral and Small Tortoiseshell at Rainham Marshes yesterday
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Snags Aug 8
Went butterfly counting lads, jelly stole the show as per!
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Janet Stanley Aug 9
Last day of (lots) & a Red Admiral who was too quick for a picture 🦋
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✨ S a r a h ✨ Aug 8
It’s the last weekend of Big so if you haven’t joined in already, please do! It only takes 15 minutes of counting any butterflies you see & even if you don’t see them, a count of 0 is still important for butterfly conservation efforts!
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