Buglife works in partnership with entomologists, organisations and the public to conserve Scotland's unique invertebrate fauna. Buglife hopes to increase awareness of important invertebrate issues with decision makers and professional ecologists.
An endangered hoverfly only found in Scotland. Pine hoverfly (Belera fallax) © Bastiaan Wakkie
With the publication of ‘A Strategy for Scottish Invertebrate Conservation’ in January 2009, we are entering a very exciting time for invertebrate conservation in Scotland.
The ‘Action for Scottish Invertebrates’ project is now working to implement the strategy. This project is grant-aided by Scottish Natural Heritage and delivered on behalf of the Initiative for Scottish Invertebrates (ISI) by Buglife – The Invertebrate Conservation Trust.
To read more about 'A Strategy for Scottish Invertebrate Conservation', click here.
To find out more about the 'Action for Scottish Invertebrates' project and what's going on in Scotland, click here.