British Wildlife 12.3 February 2001

The Millenium Atlas of Butterflies in Britain and Ireland

Butterflies have a special place in our experience and vision of the countryside. Their popular appeal, together with the small number of native species and the ease with which most can be identified, accounts for the long history of butterfly recording in Britain and Ireland (Harding et al. 1995). There are also good scientific reasons to record butterflies.

Water Voles and development - a case study of mitigation techniques The effects of flooding of grassland on food supply for breeding waders
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