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Help Butterfly Conservation to take nature’s pulse by joining-in the Big Butterfly Count!
The Big Butterfly Count is a UK-wide effort to assess the health of our environment by comparing the number and type of butterflies, both rare and common (and a few moths) seen during high summer with records from previous years. The count is an ideal opportunity for enthusiastic Citizen Scientists like yourselves to contribute observations which can have a real influence on future efforts to protect some of the rarer and more vulnerable species.
Why? Although the swift used to be a common summer visitor to the UK, it is now a rapidly declining breeding species. The Rea Valley Community Wildlife Group want to understand more about where swifts are breeding locally. How? Just by watching the skies from your...
Rea Valley Community Wildlife Group Annual General Meeting To be held 15th April 2021 at 7pm. To be held virtually via "Zoom" 1. Apologies (5 minutes): Chair 2. Introductions and welcome (5 minutes): Chair 3. Nominations and election of Officers for RVCWG (10...
The Strettons Area Community Wildlife Group annual public meeting was held as a virtual event on Thursday 25th February 2021. The Zoom meeting was recorded so if you missed it, you can watch it online on the Middle Marches Community Land Trust channel on YouTube.
The Upper Clun CWG Annual Report for 2020 is available for download in both long and short forms. Click here for the longer version 2020 UCCWG Report and here for a summary 2020 UCCWG Short report