Click on the butterfly species listed below to see where and when they were recorded in 2009 and 2010
The Rother Woods Project is currently working with over 100 landowners to improve the biodiversity of woodlands in Rother, using butterflies, moths and birds as an indicator of species richness.
These pages were created and are maintained by volunteers.
Species first recorded on this day in 2009: None
Total number of butterfly sightings recorded in 2009: 32,181
Number of people who submitted records: 66
Time spent by volunteers recording butterflies in 2009: over 199 days
Best butterfly day of 2009: Saturday 25th July (2,313 butterflies recorded)
To find a grid reference in The Rother Woods area click HERE (opens a new window).
To be involved in The Rother Woods Project please e-mail us at: email@example.com
"Thank you to all the volunteers who recorded butterflies in 2009 and submitted their records to the Rother Woods Project. This valuable snapshot of our woodland biodiversity is unprecedented in the South East. It would not have been possible without the enthusiasm and attention to detail of our volunteers"
Steve Wheatley, Rother Woods Project Officer for Butterfly Conservation.
Sussex Butterflies - Sussex Branch of Butterfly Conservation
Butterfly Conservation - national website
UK Butterflies – enthusiasts website
UK Moths – enthusiasts website
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