A Bristol man has been found guilty of illegally catching and killing the UK’s rarest butterfly.
Green butterflies (and moths) are rare across the globe, but why? Entomologist, and BBC Wildlife contributor, Richard Jones answers your wild question.
As natural forests are lost, coffee and timber plantations could provide hope for Lepidoptera.
Long-term study reveals the negative pressure of urban environments on butterfly populations.
A man has appeared in court and charged with capturing, killing and possessing the UK’s rarest butterfly species.
The combination of climate change and habitat loss is proving too much for some birds and butterflies.
Zoologist and author Jules Howard answers your wild question.
Results from the UK citizen science study, Big Butterfly Count 2017, have painted a concerning and somewhat puzzling picture of the state of Britain’s butterflies.
Despite the majority of UK butterfly species declining dramatically over the last few decades, the speckled wood has absolutely thrived.
Get out this summer to hone your pollinator spotting skills with this BBC Wildlife poster.