Citizen Science Project – Fritillary Butterflies

Please contact Rob Rowe, email rob@robrowe.co.uk as soon as possible if you see any fritillary butterflies, in particular Dark Green Fritillaries or Small Pearl Bordered Fritillaries, in the Stepping Stones area. Any sightings would be welcome, wherever you may come...

Swift Survey – Can YOU Help?

Swifts have been placed on the red list of endangered birds, partly due to the renovation of old properties and the building of new houses in areas where they used to nest. They fly thousands of miles from Africa to breed and swifts only stay with us for around 12...

The Bilberry Bumblebee

The Bilberry Bumblebee, as the name suggests, forages on bilberry when it is in flower, and late in the summer forages on heather. In between it uses a wider range of flowers and hay meadows are an important source of nectar and pollen in this period. Are you...

Butterflies and Moths

If you have an interest in butterflies and moths there are lots of opportunities to get involved in surveys and activities locally. The Shropshire Commons are hosting a Butterfly and Moth Festival over the summer. Read all about it HERE. The organisation is also...