Working to save Dorset's butterflies and moths
75% of British butterflies and 66% of common moths have declined in living memory. Our efforts include conservation work, monitoring butterflies and moths, and raising awareness of the problems they face. There are lots of ways you can help. Find out more
We've got an interesting meeting coming up on 6 March: see our Events page for full details.
Second Red Admiral photo of February
See our Gallery page for a bigger version and some reminders of 2014.
See our Gallery page for a lovely Red Admiral in the February sunshine.
Transect walks are regular butterfly monitoring walks, and Dorset does lots of them!
Brown Argus - a butterfly that did well in 2014. Photo: Mark Pike.
Dorset Wildlife Trust need help BY FEBRUARY 6 in saving this precious area of lowland acid grassland.
Go to our News page for more info.
We have added up how many butterfly records you sent in via the website, and it is an astonishing number; see our News page for the figures.
If you have any butterfly or moth related news or photos, email: email@example.com
JOIN Butterfly Conservation to help us save butterflies, moths and habitats: Join Now
DONATE to help us with our work to save butterflies and moths - click: Donate
(Donations received via this national Butterfly Conservation site link will come to Dorset Branch)