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Butterfly Conservation NI ADMIN March 6, 2013
The 2013 butterfly and moth season will soon be beginning!

Remember, record your one off sightings on our webpage (www.bcni.org.uk ->Sightings ->Submit a sighting) and keep a recording list of what your seeing (downloadable from the resources page on the same website)

Happy snapping!

Group Description

This group is for sharing photographs of butterflies and moths you have seen around Northern Ireland, especially if you are not sure what you have photographed!

If you are not sure what you have seen other users will help you identify your creature. The hope is we can increase our knowledge of what beasties are where by encouraging more people to look at these fragile and beautiful insects. Moths and Butterflies are very sensitive to environmental change, and by studying them we can learn more about the health of our environment over time.

If possible please include;
What - if you know what your beastie is, name it (don't worry if you don't know what it's called)
When - the date you saw your beastie,
Where - the location (a town name and postcode or a grid reference)

Our webpage www.bcni.org.uk has a sightings page where you can record your sightings, and also a location finder which will help you work out a grid reference.
Otherwise you can use www.gridreference.ie

Butterfly Conservation Northern Ireland (BCNI) may contact you in relation to your photograph, especially if you have discovered a rare or under recorded creature.

Group Rules

This group is for people to share their sightings of butterflies and moths, but also to encourage more recording. By signing up you agree to include the following with your picture;

Date Photographed
Location (town and postcode or grid reference and site name)

You also agree that Butterfly Conservation Northern Ireland can contact you in relation to your picture. You may find you have recorded a new creature for Northern Ireland and we may need more detail about what you saw and where you saw it.

Additional Info

  • Members can post 10 things to the pool each day.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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