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Top 5 Posts by Butterfly Conservation Upper Thames Branch

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2014-03-31 10155041 615098861901135 323936427 s The first Orange-tip butterfly of the season was reported in the Upper... 12 1 0
2014-05-02 10275956 859973670683348 6852759069925297325 s We realise that Oak Processionary moth poses a real risk, but resorting... 7 3 0
2014-04-10 10172850 619580611452960 3790303508434928778 s Welcome to the world! The first Brown Hairstreak egg hatched at the RSPB... 8 1 1
2014-05-04 10178050 631455086932179 3406304770039903957 s New Members’ Day. Twenty new members joined us at Maiden Erlegh Local... 9 2 0
2014-05-06 10258704 632618703482484 5605014722978303358 s Small Heath butterfly reported in Upper Thames region. (Photos courtesy... 7 1 1

Unanswered Posts by Others - Butterfly Conservation Upper Thames Branch

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2014-05-06 A rare glimpse of the underwing of a Duke of Burgundy taken yesterday at Smalldean Lane, Bucks.... 0
2014-05-05 Duke of Burgundy today at Smalldean Lane, Bucks. We also saw Green Hairstreak, and both Dingy and... 0
2014-04-09 ...And our first (female) Orange-tip this afternoon! 0
2014-04-09 Just spotted our first Holly Blue of the season in the garden this morning! 0
2014-03-30 We saw 63 butterflies today on a circular walk around the Ridgeway, Small Torts x 30, Peacocks x... 0