1976-2015 Independent Butterfly Survey

Joydens Wood

TQ 49.9/716

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I had the pleasure of working locally to Joydens Wood and visited regularly during the late summer and autumn. A lot of the interest was photographing fungi, but this area yielded my first sight of a white admiral butterfly. Any help that can be offered with recording or management ideas website improvements, etc. is welcome. There are many factors influencing the emergence and distribution of butterflies in our area. This independent survey aims to provide an in depth, on-line reference for butterfly enthusiasts, agencies concerned with climate change, schools and members of the general public. It is also constructed for the sharing of information and data between enthusiast - subject to confidentiality laws. This information might be of either positive or negative overall concern in the maintenance of existing or proposed butterfly habitats. Each species page represents literally hundreds of dedicated observations. text records can also be submitted to 07456399785


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