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Dear NickyWith the election less than a week away we offer some advice on how you can help make sure the environment is top of the agenda. Plus in this month’s All Aflutter you can find out how to look after wildlife in your garden over winter, and discover where butterflies go to hibernate.Make your vote countIn just under a week the General Election takes place, but there is still time to make your vote count for wildlife. The environment is a big part of this election for all political parties and now is the time to capitalise on this momentum.
Butterfly Conservation is supporting the ‘Wildlife and Countryside Link 2019 General Election Manifesto’. 
Find out how you can help wildlife in this election from our Policy Co-ordinator, Chris Corrigan. 
Find out more…Dig it: Garden for wildlife this winterOver winter it is important we help all wildlife in our garden, and birds are no exception. During December our garden birds will be doing all they can to survive the shorter days and much longer colder nights.
In this month’s gardening blog the experts at CJ Wildlife offer some words of advice on how you can help birds in your garden (and they give some Christmas gift ideas as well!)     Find out how to help wildlife in your garden over winter…Look Out For…December mothHibernating butterfliesBig GiveCan you help protect two rare butterflies in the Yorkshire Dales?
Donate today and your gift will be matched pound for pound through the Big Give Christmas Challenge.
There is £15,000 of match funding available but we need your support to get it.
Your donation will fund vital work in the Yorkshire Dales to protect the Northern Brown Argus, Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary and other wildlife.
Make your donation worth double…Join InGet the latest news and info on our Facebook page.HelpFind out how you can give butterflies and moths a future.IdentifyHandy tools to identify a butterfly or day-flying moth.Images: Small Tortoiseshell (Tim Melling), Coal Tit and Blue Tit (Ann Collier), December moth (Iain H Leach), Peacock hibernating (Martin Warren), Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary (Andy Seely)Please do not respond to this email. If you need to contact us please emailinfo@butterfly-conservation.orgButterfly Conservation: Company limited by guarantee, registered in England (2206468)Registered Office: Manor Yard, East Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5QP, Tel: 01929 400 209 Charity registered in England & Wales (254937) and in Scotland (SCO39268)Visit Change the types of emails you receive from Butterfly ConservationOrUnsubscribe

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