Buglife's conservation work helps to save threatened bug populations, restore wildlife habitats and inform the public and decision-makers about why invertebrates matter. With over 40,000 species to look after it's a huge task, but we're committed to conserving the little things that run the world!
Red-tailed bumblebee (Bombus lapidarius)
© Nicholas Vereecken
Below you will see links to our current projects. These include delivering conservation action on neglected habitats such as brownfields
and soft rock cliffs
, working to improve habitats for riverine flies
and other freshwater invertebrates
, and carrying out wildlife surveys for wonderful (but disappearing) creatures such as bumblebees
and the Scarlet malachite beetle
. Click on a link below to find out more.
At any one time we also have a number of projects in development - if you would like to help make these happen please contact us.
What you can do
Whether you feel passionately about bugs or simply would like to make a difference for the environment, there are lots of things you can do to help bugs and wildlife. Please click here to find out more about how you can get involved.