Sussex

Moths Groups

Name of moth group Sussex Moth Group
Number of members 107
When was the group founded? 1996
Website address http://www.sussexmothgroup.org.uk/
Features on the website that may particularly interest visitors News, events, most recorded species on that day, Sussex moths, with photos, species accounts in a Sussex context, 1km distribution maps, phenology charts, conservation statuses and photos. The website has been set up so it is editable by members.
Contact details for enquiries Dave Green,
Is there a cost to join the group? £5
How is information fed back to members? Information is relayed via the newsletter, the website and the email group.
Is there an active field events programme and are non-members welcome to attend these events? We have an active field events programme and are fully insured (except for on FC land).
A brief summary of the work of the group. To promote the study, recording and conservation of moths. We run regular indoor meetings with guest speakers. As yet we do not run any specific surveys or conservation projects.

County Moth Recorders

All moths
Colin Pratt, 5 View Road, Peacehaven, East Sussex, BN10 8DE

Tel: 01273 586780

Butterflies

Colin Pratt, 5 View Road, Peacehaven, East Sussex, BN10 8DE
Email (with anti-spam)
Tel: 01273 586780

Dragonflies

County Recorder – Penny Green
Sussex Wildlife Trust, Woods Mill, Shoreham Rd, Henfield, Sussex, BN5 9SD
Tel: 01273 497521

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