Butterfly Conservation: Company limited by guarantee, registered in England (2206468)

Registered Office: Manor Yard, East Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5QP

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Butterfly Conservation

Saving butterflies, moths and our environment

Cornwall Branch

Membership details and how to join Butterfly Conservation here!

Membership

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Twitter along with us..

We now have a twitter account along with our Facebook page.

Welcome to the Cornwall branch of Butterfly Conservation, dedicated to saving butterflies, moths and our environment.


Collecting, breeding and releasing butterflies: the view of Butterfly Conservation

Please read the Joint Statement issued by Butterfly Conservation and Cornwall Branch.

Welcome to Cornwall Butterfly Conservation

Download our latest Newsletter

Latest News (older news here)

We offer talks, to interested groups and organisations, about various aspects of Butterflies, Managing for Butterflies, Gardening for Butterflies. Please contact our Press Officer, Roger Hooper, to book. press@cornwall-butterfly-conservation.org.uk

Cornwall Branch Talks

Please report all your butterfly sightings to our county recorder Dick Goodere email link

Also your moth sightings can be sent to our county recorder Leon Truscott email link

Sightings

i Record Butterflies:

Download Butterfly Conservation's FREE smartphone app for an easy way to record and submit data to the BNM scheme.

Get the app for your iPhone from iTunes

Get the app for your Android device from the Google Store

Smartphone App

Volunteers needed

Would you like to get more involved with Butterfly Conservation?

Cornwall Butterfly Conservation relies on the support of our volunteers: without them, nothing would happen! Whatever your age or experience, we have a large range of opportunities. There will be something to suit your skills and interests. We will give you full training and support you if you decide to join us and we guarantee that you will have fun! Click here for opportunities.

Love is in the air!

Saving butterflies in Cornwall has just been given a big boost. Launched on Valentine’s Day is our eye-catching video by Cornwall-based documentary-maker Nina Constable. Watch it below by clicking on play - don’t forget to go full screen, just press f on your keyboard!

If you love being in wonderful countryside with kindred spirits or are concerned about Cornwall’s wildlife, our video shows how you can make a difference.

Want to get involved (strictly no strings)?

If you like what you see and would like to help, please contact Jo Poland, Volunteer Coordinator, Cornwall Butterfly Conservation jogreenp@gmail.com or call her on: 07800 548 832.

We’d love to hear from you.

Cornwall's Butterflies back from the brink from NINA CONSTABLE MEDIA.

Annual General Meeting 2017 - save the date!

You are warmly welcome to join us in opening “A box full of lepidoptera delights!” The AGM will be held on Saturday April 22nd from 10am to 4.30pm at St.Erme Community Centre, Trispen and you don't need to be a member to attend, our event is open to all. Apart from our now legendary food we have much to interest and intrigue. Get the full programme, agenda and minutes here.


Cornwall Branch is now even bigger!

We are delighted to announce further successes in our campaign to increase our membership, and so increase the work we can do for butterflies and moths in Cornwall. When Butterfly Conservation Head Office published the membership figures at the end of 2016, we were pleased to see that Cornwall Branch had by far the highest percentage increase of all the Branches. We remain one of the smaller branches but have just passed another milestone. We now have over 600 individual members! Please do what you can to help us continue to expand.


Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey

The WCBS report for 2016 is now available to read here. It shows population trends over the whole of the UK of 45 species present in 1km squares.