Being small-bodied and cold-blooded, and in the absence of tiny bobble hats and scarves, insects have had to develop clever ways to survive the frosty British winter
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Butterfly Conservation's Steve Bolton, who is a Project Officer on our Brilliant Butterflies project shares the story behind one important aspect of the project: the creation of 16 new…
As a Keeping it Wild Trainee based in South London, I've visited a range of nature reserves, to help facilitate a connection between different sites and look after the habitat. One of these…
With the first frosts starting to add twinkle and bite to autumn mornings, warm summer days filled with a bonanza of butterflies are fading to distant memories…but just where exactly do all the…
The Natural History Museum's Biodiversity Officer Katy Potts tells us more about an exciting new survey method being used for the Brilliant Butterflies project.
Brilliant Butterflies Reserves Officer Anna Guerin takes a look at some of the winged wanderers from the butterfly world that undertake migrations over the south of England each summer.
Butterflies Conservation Project Officer Steve Bolton shares why surveying and recording species is so important for butterfly and moth populations
Guest blogger Amanda Tuke reflects on the mixed blessing of Buddleia davidii, the butterfly bush.
Brilliant Butterflies Community Engagement Officer Sunitha Amos shares her story of looking after an angle shades moth pupa.
Nature Reserves Assistant Anna Guerin gives an update on the Brilliant Butterflies project.