Butterfly Conservation: Atlas of Britain and Ireland’s Larger Moths - Mission Accomplished

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    Online webinar

     

    It took a team of 11 scientists almost five years to compile and required the analysis of 25.6 million records of almost 900 species spanning a 275-year-period. The result is a landmark publication – the Atlas of Britain and Ireland’s Larger Moths – the first ever atlas of all macro-moths in Britain, Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. Co-author and Butterfly Conservation scientist Dr Zoe Randle will be offering an exclusive insight into the journey to the Moth Atlas in two new webinars - The Atlas: Mission Accomplished. 

    The free webinars will take place on:
    1. Tuesday, November 17th at 12.30pm to 1.30pm 
    2. Tuesday, November 24th at 7.30pm to 8.30pm 

    Book your place here: 
    https://butterfly-conservation.org/news-and-blog/free-webinar-the-atlas-mission-accomplished