Bug surveys help us discover how some of our rarest and most spectacular bugs are doing. This essential information enables us to monitor the state of our wildlife and to deliver effective conservation action where it is most needed.
The more people get involved, the greater the benefit to wildlife. So what are you waiting for? There’s no better way to get close to nature!
For further information and to take part in a survey please click on the links below:
Click on the links below to take part in a Buglife survey:
Other bug surveys
Click on the links below to find out how you can get involved in the bug surveys run by other organisations:
Oak Jewel Beetle survey
Flying ant survey
OPAL Bugs count survey
National Moth Night
Harlequin ladybird survey
Photo credits: Hornet hoverfly © Steven Falk, Oil beetle © Phil Roxby, Cornflower © RHS, Scarlet malachite beetle © Tristan Bantcock, Giant aphid © Dr Bernhard Seifert, Stick insect © Malcolm Lee.