Find out more about the Rowley Hills and why we have launched our appeal

The Rowley Hills are one of the biggest landmarks in the Black Country Living Landscape. Their grasslands are alive with flowers, butterflies and other wildlife. But the land is in fragmented ownership and its future is uncertain. Please support our appeal so we can bring as much as possible of the Rowley Hills grasslands into a wider nature reserve to secure their future for wildlife and as a place that everyone can enjoy.

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A-Z of Wildlife

Photo of Marbled White

Name: Marbled White

Scientific name: Melanargia galathea

Category: Butterflies and moths

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South Birmingham Group - Svalbard by Tony Clarke

Friday 9th October 2015,
7.30pm - 9.00pm

Venue: Dame Elizabeth Hall, Bournville

A fascinating talk about the wildlife of Svalbard from photographer Tony Clarke, in the first meeting of the 2015-16 programme from our South Birmingham Local Group.

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