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Charity finds Cotswolds home for large blue butterfly
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21 May 2012
On 21 May 2012 BBC News reported:
The rare large blue butterfly is set to be reintroduced in England's Cotswolds area as part of a nature charity project. Rough Bank, which overlooks the Slad Valley, has been bought by Butterfly Conservation. The charity hopes to develop the 44-acre hillside into a key breeding site, which is already home to four other blue butterfly species. Head of reserves John Davis said, 'It was naturally a site for the large blue, so it is inherently suitable.'
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