Butterfly Conservation
saving butterflies, moths and our environment
Butterfly Conservation - saving butterflies, moths and our environment
James Arnott
Painted Lady, Steyning, West Sussex, June 6th 2016, John Woodward

Butterfly Conservation is a registered charity dedicated to the conservation of butterflies and moths.
The Sussex branch is run entirely by volunteers.


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"The Butterflies of Sussex"

In 2017 Sussex Butterfly Conservation will be publishing ‘The Butterflies of Sussex’. This 21st Century Atlas will feature the latest information on the status and distribution of all 52 species of butterfly recorded in Sussex during the 2010-14 survey along with many other features. Publishing the atlas requires an ‘up front’ contribution from the branch and so we are looking for your help to get the atlas off the ground. All future profits made from the sale of the book will then help fund our conservation work across Sussex.

You can sponsor the Atlas "The Butterflies of Sussex"

For a minimum donation of £20 your name (or the name of your company or organisation) will be included in our list of sponsors in the book - and you’ll receive a Sussex BC pin badge. To become a sponsor please contact our Treasurer, Jess Price: treasurer@sussex-butterflies.org.uk

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