This fantastic and fun citizen science effort is with us again. It only takes 15 minutes, so please join in.
Common butterflies saw their numbers collapse over the summer despite the UK experiencing weather conditions that usually help them to thrive, results from the Big Butterfly Count have revealed. Continue reading
A butterfly locked into an evolutionary struggle with its parasitic wasp nemesis, Listrodomus nycthemerusa, has bounced back this summer following a series of steep declines, results from the Big Butterfly Count have revealed! Continue reading
We urge all readers of this website to do at least one 15-minute count for the ‘Big Butterfly Count’, which runs from 17 July to 9 August. This asks people all over the country to record butterflies over one quarter of an hour in any location they choose and send in the results via the Big Butterfly Count website. Continue reading