Butterfly Conservation’s 5th international symposium
8th to 10th April 2005
What was the event?
Symposium sessions included:
- Monitoring and evaluating biodiversity and landscape change across Europe
- Lepidoptera as indicators of other taxa
- Maculinea butterflies as indicators of habitat management and conservation
- Managing habitats for biodiversity – converting science into practice
- Lepidoptera conservation in Africa and the tropics
- Biodiversity ecology – butterfly and moth communities in the landscape.
There was also a field visit to the New Forest, an extensive area famous for its ancient woodland and heathland as well as Lepidoptera.
Event flyer (PDF-956K)
Alice Broome of Forest Research was co-author of the paper presented on:
"Shaping the community - the importance of coppice management for butterflies and moths"
Where did the event take place?
Full details of this symposium can be found at:
Dorset BH20 5QP
Tel: 0870 7744309
Fax: 0870 7706150