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Saving butterflies, moths and our environment
Following a meeting of enthusiasts in late 1992 it was decided to form a regional branch for Cornwall of Butterfly Conservation. Cornwall’s branch was duly launched on 9th June 1993 at Luckett by Dr Jeremy Thomas at the Duchy of Cornwall Nature Reserve. This was followed by a fascinating illustrated talk in the evening on the life history of the Large Blue butterfly in Britain at Truro Museum.
We hope you will join us in conserving these precious indicators of our countryside by joining our regional branch and enhance your learning experience of the butterflies of Cornwall. Butterfly Conservation is the largest nature conservation organisation concerned with insects in Britain.
Together we can reverse these butterfly declines. Simply by becoming a member of Butterfly Conservation you do something important not just for Britain’s butterflies, but for the planet as a whole.
Join us in our campaign. Help us get nature back in balance.
The Cornwall Butterfly Observer
The Cornwall Butterfly Observer is Cornwall Butterfly Conservation's own local newsletter, produced by members of the group. A hard copy of this newsletter is sent to those members of Cornwall Butterfly Conservation who require it. A freely downloadable copy is available to anyone as a full colour PDF on our Resources Page.
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If you are not a resident in Cornwall and wish to receive the Cornish newsletter, The Cornwall Butterfly Observer in printed form, ensure you state with your application that you wish to register for the Cornish branch.
How Cornwall Butterfly Conservation started