Saving the Wood White Butterfly March 2nd at 7pm

A talk by Fiona Haynes, Project Officer from Butterfly Conservation

To register for this free talk please follow this link

The Wood White butterfly is one of the UK’s rarest and most threatened species. In South East England there is just one surviving colony – on the Surrey/Sussex border.The woodlands, edges and verges between Chiddingfold, Dunsfold and Plaistow form a key area, being home to 20% of the Wood White’s entire UK distribution.

The project is creating 3km of new butterfly-friendly wildflower strips across this west Weald landscape. We are targeting woods, edges and fields around and between existing Wood White areas.

We are working with the Woodland Trust, National Trust, Forestry England, Sussex Wildlife Trust, private landowners and garden owners to achieve this.

Project website

This event is free, but Butterfly Conservation would welcome any donation you feel able to make - butterflies and moths still need our help.

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