Butterfly Conservation: Company limited by guarantee, registered in England (2206468)
Registered Office: Manor Yard, East Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5QP
Charity registered in England & Wales (254937) and in Scotland (SCO39268)
VAT No. 565 9070 16
Saving butterflies, moths and our environment
Membership details and how to join Butterfly Conservation here!
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We now have a twitter account along with our Facebook page.
Welcome to the Cornwall branch of Butterfly Conservation, dedicated to saving butterflies, moths and our environment.
Collecting, breeding and releasing butterflies: the view of Butterfly Conservation
Please read the Joint Statement issued by Butterfly Conservation and Cornwall Branch.
Welcome to Cornwall Butterfly Conservation
Latest News (older news here)
We offer talks, to interested groups and organisations, about various aspects of Butterflies, Managing for Butterflies, Gardening for Butterflies. Please contact our Press Officer, Roger Hooper, to book. email@example.com
Cornwall Branch Talks
Please report all your butterfly sightings to our county recorder Dick Goodere email link
Also your moth sightings can be sent to our county recorder Leon Truscott email link
i Record Butterflies:
Download Butterfly Conservation's FREE smartphone app for an easy way to record and submit data to the BNM scheme.
Get the app for your iPhone from iTunes
Get the app for your Android device from the Google Store
Would you like to get more involved with Butterfly Conservation?
Cornwall Butterfly Conservation relies on the support of our volunteers: without them, nothing would happen! Whatever your age or experience, we have a large range of opportunities. There will be something to suit your skills and interests. We will give you full training and support you if you decide to join us and we guarantee that you will have fun! Click here for opportunities.
Cornwall Butterfly Conservation Needs You!
Membership of CBC is nearing 500 and this represents a new high, far exceeding any previous figures. More information here
Genetic mutation revealed
You may remember from your schoolday biology lessons that the Peppered Moth is renown for its dark form appearing in the north as the towns darkened with sooty deposits from industry. Research has now discovered the gene responsible and also found that it is responsible for some butterfly colour variants too. You can read more here.
Report for field trip to Predannack on Sunday 29 May
A report on this field trip can be found on our News page.
Cornwall Butterfly Conservation's AGM
Our AGM was a fantastic day, thoroughly enjoyed by the 83 people that attended, many who were from other Cornish wildlife groups. Read more on our News Page.
Listen to us on BBC Radio Cornwall
Roger Hooper, our press officer, has done an excellent radio interview about the current work we do in Cornwall. You can listen here at 35:20 minutes to Roger’s interview.
Peppered Moth Biston betularia © CBC
Report for our Open Day on Saturday 18 June
Nearly 90 butterfly supporters visited our recent Open Day at Lethytep - they were our members, volunteers, supporters and there were lots of new faces. A report can be found on our News page.