Category Archives: Conservation

Moth articles for the Suffolk Argus.

I’ve had a message from Trevor Goodfellow the editor of the Suffolk Argus, the newsletter of the Suffolk branch of Butterfly Conservation. He is keen to get more moth related articles in the magazine so anyone who is willing to … Continue reading

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Grey carpet moth survey 31st May 2019, Elveden.

Sharon Hearle from BC is planning a Grey Carpet survey day in Suffolk on Friday 31st May 10.30am – 2pm.  She has got a list of sites on the Elvden Estate with Flixweed and where can be visited. Meet on … Continue reading

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Help Needed – Lunar Yellow Underwing Caterpillar Surveys – King’s Forest Suffolk

I’ve received a request for help from Sharon Hearle  – details below. Tony Organised at fairly short notice in Feb/March – mild evenings above 3 degrees (hopefully even milder) between 6pm -8pm approx. I am looking for a few volunteers … Continue reading

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Save the Belted Beauty in Lancashire campaign

If you’re not on the mothing email lists you maybe unaware that Graham Dixon has started a petition to help save the Belted Beauty in Lancashire.  Neil and myself visited the site last year to take part in a survey … Continue reading

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