They have been produced in celebration of our 40 years as a branch and are free to all members in return for a stamped addressed envelope being sent Mike Williams.2, Dewberry Close, Stourport DY13 8TB Additional badges (and badges for non-members) are available for a minimum donation of £1. Cheques to be made payable to Butterfly Conservation (West Midlands branch).
Butterflies of the West Midlands
Buy the book with photographs of all the WM species and all their stages of development. It has 25 walks showing where to see the butterflies.
80 pages is now available for £5.00 by post from Malvern Butterfly Group at [email protected] or for only £4 at the monthly Malvern WWT indoor meetings at the Lyttleton Rooms, Church Street Malvern (7.30pm first Thursday of each month). Other outlets available in the near future. Designed to report on and celebrate the diversity of butterflies and day-flying moths around the Malverns, it is compiled from the records and photos of a large and increasing number of casual and transect recorders. Alongside species reports of all the indigenous butterflies and many moths, there are articles from local recorders on related topics of interest, including how to attract butterflies and insects into our gardens, and the five best butterfly walks on the Malvern Hills. Hurry while stocks last! Mel Mason, WMBC Malvern
Butterflies & Day-flying Moths Around the Malverns