Butterfly Recording

The majority of butterfly records* for Warwickshire, Coventry, Solihull and Sutton Coldfield come from casual observers and dedicated volunteers who submit their sightings via our online recording form. Anyone can submit their butterfly sightings. Garden observations as well as observations in the wider countryside are welcome, so long as the observations occur within our region. Other forms of recording include butterfly transect surveys, species timed counts and wider countryside surveys.

*All records submitted are processed and checked for errors by the website administrators before the data is submitted to Butterfly Conservation at the end of the season. Records awaiting verification will not be shown here until they have been verified.

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       28-02-2021 at Ashlawn Cutting submitted by Phil Parr.

       28-02-2021 at Ashlawn Cutting - North submitted by Phil Parr.

       28-02-2021 at Windmill Way, Southam submitted by Foster Cooper.

       28-02-2021 at Wyndley Garden Centre, Knowle submitted by James Kenny.

       28-02-2021 at Great Central Walk St.Peters rd Rugby submitted by Steven Wright.

       28-02-2021 at Ashlawn Cutting Healthy Living Walk rear of Malvern Ave submitted by Steven Wright.

       28-02-2021 at Ashlawn Cutting nr.Crematorium submitted by Steven Wright.

       28-02-2021 at Rainsbrook Crematorium grasslands submitted by Steven Wright.

       28-02-2021 at Oxford Street Rugby submitted by Steven Wright.

       28-02-2021 at Lyndon Playing Fields submitted by Neil Freeman.

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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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