The Somerset & Bristol Branch covers the ceremonial county of Somerset and the city and county of Bristol.
If you live in the region and are a member of Butterfly Conservation you automatically become a member of the Somerset and Bristol Branch.
Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, we were only able to host a few Guided Walks in 2021. The reports from these walks are in Arion 119.
We hope to be able to offer the full programme in 2022 and are currently contacting the walk leaders.
The guided walks programme is usually run between May & August and when the schedule is finalised the walks will be published on the BC events page as well in the April edition of Arion (issue 121).
Our branch magazine, The Arion is produced and distributed to our members three times a year.
Sue, our editor is always looking for content - so please get in touch if you would like to contribute.
Butterfly Monitoring in Bristol (zoom)
Tues 8th Feb 2022 (evening)
An evening of talks and presentations about monitoring and recording butterflies in Bristol.
Spring Social meeting
Sat 12th March 2022 (afternoon).
This meeting will be held at Ruishton village hall, Taunton. TA3 5JD
Further information to follow.
Our Facebook Group is a where members can share their sightings, post photos, ask advice, and share butterfly & moth chat with others.
For privacy purposes this is a private group. Please ask to join the group.
The officers and members of the branch committee look after the running of the branch, manage the reserves and organise activities.
Members and volunteers also play an active role in running the branch.
The first sightings reports shows the first confirmed sighting of butterflies in Somerset and Bristol sent to the Branch Butterfly Records Coordinator.
The information is on our branch page on the Butterfly Conversation website.
We are in the process of creating this new website - more pages will be added shortly.
Please also follow the link below to our branch page on the Butterfly Conservation website.