Saving England's most threatened species from extinction

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Saving species: chapter 3 – Why save the Chequered Skipper?

The Chequered Skipper Butterfly became extinct in England in 1975, when the last of its kind was seen in the woods of the East Midlands. The species is still found in western Scotland, but this year sees the start of a project to reintroduce the butterfly to England as part of the Roots of Rockingham […]

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Saving species: chapter 2

The Chequered Skipper Butterfly became extinct in England in 1975, when the last of its kind was seen in the woods of the East Midlands. The species is still found in western Scotland, but this year sees the start of a project to reintroduce the butterfly to England as part of the Roots of Rockingham […]

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Saving species: chapter 1

The Chequered Skipper Butterfly became extinct in England in 1975, when the last of its kind was seen in the woods of the East Midlands. The species is still found in western Scotland, but this year sees the start of a project to reintroduce the butterfly to England as part of the Roots of Rockingham […]

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April’s monthly update blog

The Chequered Skipper Butterfly became extinct in England in 1975, when the last of its kind was seen in the woods of the East Midlands. The species is still found in western Scotland, but this year sees the start of a project to reintroduce the butterfly to England as part of the Roots of Rockingham […]

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Back from the Brink monthly roundup – March

The Chequered Skipper Butterfly became extinct in England in 1975, when the last of its kind was seen in the woods of the East Midlands. The species is still found in western Scotland, but this year sees the start of a project to reintroduce the butterfly to England as part of the Roots of Rockingham […]

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Back from the Brink monthly roundup

It’s National Nest Box Week, commencing on Valentines Day – so to celebrate, we take a look at our wonderful Willow Tit project, set in the Dearne Valley; to see what they’ll be doing this week.

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Podcast from the Brink: the oiliest beetle…?

In our last two Willow Tit blogs, we introduced the project itself and then looked at why it’s been chosen for Back from the Brink. In this blog piece, we’re focussing on how you can spot a Willow Tit and what you can do when that happens.

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Welcome to Back from the Brink (part 1)

In our last two Willow Tit blogs, we introduced the project itself and then looked at why it’s been chosen for Back from the Brink. In this blog piece, we’re focussing on how you can spot a Willow Tit and what you can do when that happens.

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