Day-flying Moth Recording

The majority of day-flying moth records* for Warwickshire, Coventry, Solihull and Sutton Coldfield come from casual observers and dedicated volunteers who submit their sightings via our online recording form. Prior to 2018, sightings of day-flying moths were submitted as additional notes to our butterfly sightings recording form.

*All records submitted are processed and checked for errors before the data is submitted to Butterfly Conservation at the end of the season.

Latest Day-flying Moth Records

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       29-07-2021 at Fenny Compton Tunnels submitted by Mike Slater.

       26-07-2021 at Wolston Gravel Pits submitted by James Kenny.

       26-07-2021 at Oakley, Fen End submitted by Hamers.

       26-07-2021 at Cuttlepool NR submitted by Hamers.

       25-07-2021 at Morton Bagot submitted by RE Harbird.

       25-07-2021 at Wolston Gravel Pits submitted by James Kenny.

       25-07-2021 at Nunley Farm submitted by Hamers.

       25-07-2021 at Temple Balsall Nature Reserve submitted by Adrian Smith.

       25-07-2021 at Temple Fields submitted by Adrian Smith.

       25-07-2021 at Lavender Hall Park submitted by Adrian Smith.

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Use our online recording system to submit your observations of butterflies and day-flying moths.

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Annual Report 2018

Our Annual Report includes butterfly and moth survey data collected by hundreds of volunteers and enthusiasts during the previous year. Published spring 2019.

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