Butterfly Conservation is the UK charity dedicated to saving butterflies and moths.
Butterflies and moths are important parts of the ecosystem. They are beautiful and inspirational and people enjoy seeing them in their gardens and the countryside. They are sensitive to change and their fortunes help us assess the health of our environment. Two-thirds of butterfly and moth species are in decline. This is a warning that cannot be ignored.
Butterfly Conservation maintains and enhances landscapes for butterflies and moths. We provide advice to landowners and managers on how to conserve and restore habitats. We gather extensive butterfly and moth data and conduct research to provide the scien
Contribution to the Atlas
Without your support we cannot continue our vital work to protect butterflies and moths in Scotland and across the UK. By becoming a member you will:
Save endangered species from extinction.
Help restore natural habitats and create safe-havens for butterflies and moths.
Be part of an active and friendly organisation that makes a difference at local and national levels.
Enjoy access to our butterfly nature reserves across the UK.
Share your voice to campaign and support wider environmental issues affecting wildlife and people.
Get involved in the world’s largest butterfly & moth recording and monitoring programmes.
Help create a world rich in butterflies for future generations to enjoy.
- Butterfly distributions for Scotland from Butterfly Conservation and the Biological Records Centre
Scottish butterfly distribution data from the Butterflies for the New Millennium (BNM) project, the national recording scheme for butterflies, run by Butterfly Conservation, in association with the Biological Records Centre (BRC). This data set consists of 400,000 distribution records of butterflies collected by volunteers...
- Macro-moth distribution records for the UK for the period pre 2000 from Butterfly Conservation
Moth provisional distribution data for the period pre 2000 from the National Moth Recording Scheme led by Butterfly Conservation. The National Moth Recording Scheme provides a comprehensive network for recording the 2500+ species of moths in the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands, through which members of the public can contribute moth sightings to underpin conservation...
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