UPDATE: This issue is now resolved (20/03)
You will not be able to input butterfly sightings for a few days, starting 19/03. We have had such poor service recently from our internet service provider, TSO, that we are moving this website to another provider.
From Lyn Pullen, Website Editor. If you’ve been a bit confused by receiving notification of some news items that don’t make total sense, it’s my fault – they are from 2012, so you can ignore them!
There has been a delay in verifying the sightings sent in over the last two days, due to problems at our website provider. All seems to be back to normal, but there are 73 records awaiting verification: Continue reading
We now have some super-colourful charts to give you an idea of what the butterfly records you send in to the Dorset Branch of Butterfly Conservation website show. Continue reading
Dorset Branch members will be receiving their Spring newsletters (Number 81) around now. We have had one report of a copy missing a sheet comprising four pages. If yours is similarly short of pages, please contact us via our contact form so we can get a new copy to you. Continue reading
If you’ve noticed our website looking a little odd recently, it was due to problems suffered by our Internet Service Provider, which took a little time to put right. All is OK again now.
You may notice that this website looks a little different. We have introduced two new headings: ‘About’ and ‘Get involved’, to help you find this information more easily (it was there before, but rather hidden).
At the same time, we’ve taken the opportunity to brighten the site up and make the home page a better introduction to all we do.
If you find any links which do not work, please let us know by completing our Contact Form.
If you have any suggestions for future website improvements please leave a ‘Reply’ to this article.