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The latest editions of two biodiversity related newsletters are now available.
Rare blue butterflies on the wingWednesday 7th May 2008
Gardeners and wildlife watchers are being asked to keep a look out for a rare blue butterfly this month. The Holly Blue is a striking species which is relatively common throughout much of England but is rare in Scotland.
Amphibian and reptile enthusiasts wanted for new local groupMonday 7th April 2008
A new local group promoting the study and conservation of the region's native amphibians and reptiles will be established at a meeting next month. WWT Caerlaverock will host the evening meeting on 14 May to discuss the formation of a group to further the conservation of this overlooked and often misunderstood group of animals.
Public advised to stop the swapping of frogspawnThursday 13th March 2008
As the milder weather sets in and frogs deposit millions of blobs of frogspawn in ponds around the country, Froglife is advising that the public do not donate their frogspawn to other gardeners.