Some of Britain’s rarest butterflies are booming at National Trust sites, a new report has found. The study, led by charity Butterfly Conservation, revealed that rare species like Marsh Fritillary are bucking nationwide declines, with these ‘habitat specialist’ butterflies seeing their numbers grow by a tenth at National Trust sites since 1992. It follows decades […]

via Rare butterflies booming at National Trust sites after conservation boost — National Trust Press Office

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