Moth Groups

Name of moth group Dorset Moths
Number of Members The group is to be relaunched in 2012.
When was the group founded?
Website address
Features on the website that may particularly interest visitors

Latest sightings with photos, updated daily.
Macro-moth text and status from P. Davey.
Macro-moth maps from L. Hill.
News and Views and Events.
Earliest dates.

There is also a Facebook site for posting comment and identification queries

Contact details for enquiries
Macro-moth recorder:
Micro-moth recorder:
Is there a cost to join the group? No. The website is currently supported by Butterfly Conservation, covered by a donation of the balance of funds from the old group.
How is information fed back to members? Occasional newsletter sent by email.
Forum on Facebook.
News and sightings added to website.
Is there an active field events programme and are non-members welcome to attend these events? Currently no field events by the group, but the Dorset Butterfly Conservation events, National Moth Noght and any other local events are promoted on the website.
A brief summary of the work of the group. The aim is to relaunch the group, making it all inclusive, and promoting the importance of all records being submitted each year. This can be rewarding by making the up-to-date information readily available to all in an accessible and interesting format.
Meetings are planned to introduce and assist recorders in using various electronic formats, and public events to promote the recording of moths.

County Moth Recorders

Les Hill, 48 East Lodge, East Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5QL

Tel: 01929 400136

Phil Sterling, Natural Environment Manager, Environment Services, Dorset County Council,
County Hall, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1XJ


Butterfly Conservation – Dorset
Robin George
Tel: 01747 824 215



County Recorder – Andrew Brown
No.5, 25 Windsor Road, Bournemouth. BH5 1DT
Tel: 07891 573267

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