Butterfly Conservation holds an annual meeting for moth recorders in the UK.

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These meetings provide a great opportunity to hear about progress with the National Recording Scheme, find out the latest developments in moth research and conservation with fellow recorders. 

The meeting is open to anyone interested in moth recording and conservation and is followed by a County Moth Recorder Meeting.

When and where?

The next meeting will be held virtually via Zoom on Saturday 29 January 2022.


10:00 Welcome, Julie Williams, CEO Butterfly Conservation
10:10 National Moth Recording Scheme update, Dr Zoë Randle, BC
10:30 Street lighting has detrimental impacts on local moth populations, Professor Darren Evans, Newcastle University
11:00 Climate driven range shifts in cool-adapted moths, Dr Lisbeth Hordley, BC
11:20 Comfort Break
11:35 West Midlands online Moth Atlas, Peter Hall, County Moth Recorder, Herefordshire
12:00 Much Ado About Mothing, James Lowen (pre-record)
12:35 Closing remarks

How to Get Involved

You must register in advance for this meeting.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Get Social with us

We're encouraging participants to get involved with us on social media by using the hashtag #UKMRM and tagging Butterfly Conservation into your posts.

Catchup on the 2021 Meeting