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Have you seen an Orange-tip Butterfly?


Butterfly Conservation Scotland is marking the 20th anniversary of the first nationwide survey of this species and this year they want anyone who sees an Orange-tip to let them know by visiting The Orange-tip is one of the few species of butterfly which seems to be doing well in recent times.

While the 2015 ‘State of UK Butterflies’ report found that almost three quarters of UK species had declined in the past 40 years, the Orange- tip has bucked the trend and has increased in numbers, as well as colonising new areas. Much of this increase has been due to its spread in Scotland, as it has recently moved into more areas of the Highlands and other rural locations.

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