Butterfly Talks

Butterfly Talks

BCE organises a series of online talks done by butterfly experts, volunteers, and amateurs called Butterfly Talks. These seminars will be done every two weeks on a specific topic related to butterflies, discussing for a short time, and with a panel discussion at the end. The talks are open to the general public and anyone with the link can join.

Butterfly Talks will be announced on our social media (Twitter and Facebook) with the Zoom link to join the talk on the Zoom platform. 



Talks done

All the talks are recorded and placed on the BCE Youtube Channel for watching later. See below the different talks already done:

Martin Warren, BCE Network Development

How do butterflies survive the winter?

Nigel Bourn, Chief Scientist Butterfly Conservation UK

The re-introduction of the Chequered Skipper into England

Chris van Swaay, senior project leader Dutch Butterfly Conservation


Future of butterflies in Europe

Robert Wilson, MNCN-Madrid, Spain

Butterflies, microclimate and climate change

Evrim Karacetin, researcher Erciyes University in Turkey

Livestock, butterflies and drought

Irma Wynhoff, senior Project Leader Dutch Butterfly Conservation

Madeira's butterflies 15-minute counted

Martin Wiemers, Senckenberg German Entomological Institute

The butterflies of the Canary Islands and Madeira

Thomas Schmitt, Senckenberg German Entomological Institute

Butterflies as ecological indicators in Kenia