For butterfly lovers
Butterflies are one of the most treasured elements of the UK's wildlife, guiding us deep into the heart of nature. Find out how we're looking after them and discover the best spots for butterflying.
We are lucky to be able to look after this special butterfly here at Shugborough. Find out more about how our ranger team look after their habitat
The floral borders and wildflowers in the summer months attract hundreds of bees and butterflies to the garden.
The garden and countryside teams across the Hughenden estate are celebrating early summer with talks, walks and events that showcase the bright bursts of colour, both floral and insect, that June heralds.
Hidden deep on the Roseland you will stumble across two beaches, side by side, offering days of fun and relaxation.
The National Trust manages 3 butterfly transect surveys on the North Coast at Portstewart, Giant’s Causeway and White Park Bay, plus a fourth started this year at Cushendun.
After 30 years as the National Trust's butterfly expert, the time has come for Matthew Oates to hang up his net. Join him one last time to find out how butterflies have touched his life and how we can make sure they affect others for many years to come.
From the big to the small, the common to the rare, the multicoloured to the subtle. With more than 38 different butterfly species identified on Box Hill last year, what will you spot?
Far reaching views, woodland and coastal walks, hidden beaches and layers of history all wrapped at the end of the Roseland peninsula.
Whether you're looking for coastal views, wide open moorland or tranquil wooded walks, Holnicote has something beautiful to offer. Take a look at our top five places to explore and use it to create your own itinerary.
Enjoy exploring this stunning corner of Somerset with its miles of walking trails and ancient woodlands.
Nothing says summer better than a walk in the sunshine with beautiful butterflies all around.
Butterflies in the UK are on the decline but here in the Midlands our landscapes and gardens are still some of the best places in the midlands to see them.
But how do we keep track of our butterflies? Learn about the importance of butterfly surveying and the steps we take to make sure we continue to see our colourful friends return summer after summer.
Croome’s parkland is home to a wide variety of plants and flowers which provide an invaluable habitat for many species of butterflies.
While away an hour or two admiring the butterflies and bees of Stoneywell; the delicate jewels that visit our fragrant flowers
During spring and summer butterflies can be spotted all over the estate. The meadows and woods are a haven for many different species.
Calling all kids! It's the season of Butterflies and Moths.
The Purple Emperor, one of Britain's most elusive butterflies, has been spotted for the first time at National Trust’s Bradenham estate near West Wycombe in Buckinghamshire. Careful woodland and grassland management by the National Trust’s rangers at Bradenham has made this possible.