ECOS 33 (3/4) Winter 2012. Landscape-scale conservation for butterflies and moths: lessons from the UK. Nigel Bourn, Sam Ellis and Caroline Bulman

Abstract: In recent years Butterfly Conservation has shifted the majority of its conservation work from a focus on single sites to networks of sites across a landscape. This article describes the main lessons from this experience.

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Ellis, Sam et al. “ECOS 33 (3/4) Winter 2012. Landscape-scale conservation for butterflies and moths: lessons from the UK. Nigel Bourn, Sam Ellis and Caroline Bulman” ECOS vol. 33(3/4), 2012, British Association of Nature Conservationists, www.ecos.org.uk/ecos-33-34-winter-2012-landscape-scale-conservation-for-butterflies-and-moths-lessons-from-the-uk-nigel-bourn-sam-ellis-and-caroline-bulman/.