THE HOUSE OF
BUTTERFLIES
A small natural history museum
CATALÀ - CASTELLANO - ENGLISH

C/ Estació, 4 - 17535 Planoles
Tel. 696 414 592 / 938 890 717
www.lacasadelespapallones.com
 

News and activities

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Second Butterfly Day in Planoles
Second Butterfly Day in Planoles22-05-2014

Second Butterfly Day. Veïnat de Can Fosses. Morning walk: Sunday 15 June 2014

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Planoles Summer Festival
Planoles Summer Festival25-08-2013

Sunday 25 August 2013. Guided visited to the House of Butterflies.

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First Butterfly Day in Planoles
First Butterfly Day in Planoles24-05-2013

First Butterfly Day. Veïnat de Can Fosses. Morning walk: Sunday 16 June 2013

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The other fossils
The other fossils01-08-2012

News item in the 9 Nou newspaper appearing on 27 July 2012

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The Catalan Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (CBMS)
on the TV3 programme El Medi Ambient
The Catalan Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (CBMS)<br> on the TV3 programme El Medi Ambient04-07-2012

On May 31 2013 the TV3 programme El Medi Ambient emitted a report on a study published recently in the scientific journal Nature Climate Change describing the effects of climate change on bird and butterfly populations. The programme had been recorded a few weeks early at the CBMS station at Olzinelles (Montnegre). This study is the fruit of the collaboration by various European research teams and is based on the combination of data from both... [See more]

Museum butterflies
Museum butterflies04-07-2012

News item in the 9 Nou newspaper appearing on 29 July 2011

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Article on butterflies in El País
Article on butterflies in El País04-07-2012

The newspaper El País published last Friday an article that described some of the recent advances made in the study of Catalan butterflies. It quotes, amongst others, work by Constantí Stefanescu from the Granollers Museum of Natural History.

Specifically, the article refers to the article in the journal Nature Climate Change, describing the effects of climate change on bird and butterfly populations. To read the whole article, follow the link below.

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Climate change will damage butterfly populations in the Mediterranean
Climate change will damage butterfly populations in the Mediterranean17-01-2012

Some species are threatened by changes in habitats

The butterfly populations of the northern rim of the Mediterranean Basin will undergo a noticeable fall in numbers in coming years due to the effects of climate change and human-driven changes in the landscape. This is one of the conclusions of a study published in the journal Ecography written by a team from the Granollers Museum of Natural History and the Centre for Ecological Research and... [See more]

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