Bringing nature into urban areas can be achieved by development of parks to suit several wildlife species. Dutch Butterfly Conservation recently made a development plan for EcoparkAcht, situated on the outskirts of Eindhoven. The plan included varied vegetation of woodland and rough grassland, and ponds, thus creating suitable habitats for many butterflies and dragonflies. In the past two years many interesting species have been monitored. These included 21 species of butterfly and large numbers of the Gatekeeper and the common Blue. The park also proved ideal for Damselflies like the Azure Damselfly, Large Red Damselfly and Red-eyed Damselfly.