Gatekeeper, male. Credit Andrew Bladon

The ‘browns’: not so drab butterflies

Matt Hayes, Research Assistant writes: Whilst everyone is being asked to stay at home it’s important that we continue to look outside and engage with the natural world. To help with this, we are going to be blogging about wildlife you can see from your window or in your garden. This set of posts will look at different groups of common butterflies as well as … Continue reading The ‘browns’: not so drab butterflies

Large white on thistle Wicken Fen. Credit Andrew Bladon

White and yellow butterflies

Matt Hayes, Research Assistant writes: Whilst everyone is being asked to stay at home it’s important that we continue to look outside and engage with the natural world. To help with this, we are going to be blogging about wildlife you can see from your window or in your garden. This set of posts will look at different groups of common butterflies as well as … Continue reading White and yellow butterflies

Small White feeding on flower. Credit Andrew Bladon

Gardening for butterflies

Matt Hayes, Research Assistant writes: Whilst everyone is being asked to stay at home it’s important that we continue to look outside and engage with the natural world. To help with this, we are going to be blogging about wildlife you can see from your window or in your garden. This set of posts will look at different groups of common butterflies as well as … Continue reading Gardening for butterflies

Peacock butterfly image credit Andrew Bladon

Spot the ‘aristocrat’ butterflies from your window

Matt Hayes, Research Assistant writes: Whilst everyone is being asked to stay at home it’s important that we continue to look outside and engage with the natural world. To help with this, we are going to be blogging about wildlife you can see from your window or in your garden. This set of posts will look at different groups of common butterflies as well as … Continue reading Spot the ‘aristocrat’ butterflies from your window