Butterfly Conservation
Saving butterflies, moths and our environment
Hampshire and
Isle of Wight Branch

2020 Vision

Following a meeting in September 2010, Butterfly Conservation produced a "2020 vision" document, outlining targets for the Society for the period up to 2020. The document defines the rationale for each target, and provides an outline strategy of how these will be achieved.

Following this lead, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Branch of Butterfly Conservation has developed a similar Branch strategy. Its primary purpose is to guide actions taken by the Branch to ensure consistency with the strategy of the Society as a whole, with the intention of achieving maximum benefit for the conservation of butterflies, moths and their environment.

In terms of conservation initiatives, the principal areas of focus will be on:

  • Threatened species
  • Key landscapes
  • Widespread species and urban habitats
  • The evidence base (i.e. data, research)
  • Nature reserves
  • Capacity for conservation

The Conservation Projects page describes various conservation actions and projects in progress.


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