Glasgow & SW Scotland Butterflies

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December 22, 2008

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This is the blog of the Glasgow & SW Scotland branch of Butterfly Conservation. The UK charity, Butterfly Conservation seeks to reverse the current alarming decline in UK butterfly populations with appropriate land management. You can read more about Butterfly Conservation on the UK website.

The  Glasgow & SW Scotland branch of Butterfly Conservation is concerned with the recording and conservation of butterflies & moths in the Glasgow & SW Scotland branch area and holds a number of events each year.  This blog will feature all aspects of the branch’s activities.

3 Comments »

  1. FAO Scott Shanks
    Dear Scott,
    My name is Kate Kennedy. I spoke to you briefly after the event you helped run on Saturday at the Glasgow museum resource centre. As I mentioned I am currently looking for a project for my MSc in biological recording and the event inspired me. I’d really like to help your group as part of my dissertation if possible. I can research anything I like as long as I make some biological records. Is be grateful if you could thunk of anything I could help with.
    Thanks
    Kate

    Comment by Kate kennedy — May 8, 2011 @ 7:39 pm

  2. Dear Scott

    Not sure if it was you contact I contacted about an elephant caterpillar in north Ayrshire but I spotted one again round about Todhill farm and country center Stevenson but also about 6 cinnabar moth caterpillars(not 100% sure just went by the guide) at the sandstone dragon in Irvine beach park, don’t know if this helps

    Comment by m — July 31, 2013 @ 3:16 pm

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    Comment by Dance Injuries to the Foot and Ankle — January 16, 2016 @ 7:38 am

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