Welcome to the East Midlands Branch of Butterfly Conservation
Butterfly Conservation is a registered charity dedicated
to the conservation of butterflies and moths.
The East Midlands Branch of Butterfly Conservation covers the counties of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire & Rutland and lowland Derbyshire.
Butterfly Conservation is a membership organisation and has people with all sorts of interests and levels of knowledge - those who like looking at butterflies and moths in their garden, those who are fascinated by their life cycle, some who are true experts and want to pass on their knowledge to others and people who feel passionately about wildlife conservation.
The East Midlands Branch welcomes new members with any or all of the above interests. If you would like to find out more about joining Butterfly Conservation please contact our Membership Secretary or visit the Membership Web Site.
The East Midlands Branch has Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube and Flickr sites.
We have also set up a Flickr Group so you can share your photos Butterflies of the East Midlands
Help Save the Grizzled Skipper in the East Midlands
You can now help us to save the Grizzled Skipper from disappearing from the East Midlands by making a donation to help with conservation work in the Vale of Belvoir.
The project is to improve habitat and provide links to work done in Nottinghashire over the last few years.
To find out more and make a donation please visit www.butterfly-conservation/appeals and use the Donation Code: 005 or Phone: 01929 406015
If you are a member you will receive a donation form with the latest issue of Butterfly
Branch Members' Day & AGM
The 2015 Branch Members' Day & AGM will be available on the Events page, when details become available.
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Now on the East Midlands website. Distribution maps for the year 2006. These maps have been compiled using records sent in to our three county recorders and complied by Christine Maughan. Further sets of maps will be posted on the web site as they become ready. See Butterfly Species page