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Help get Bristol buzzing!

Urban Buzz is creating habitat for pollinators across eight UK cities.  This ambitious Buglife project is working with local people in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Ipswich, Leeds, Leicester, Plymouth, and York. Residents of these cities are contributing to the design and creation of flower rich areas to benefit bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.

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Leeds will soon be buzzing!

Urban Buzz is creating habitat for pollinators across eight UK cities.  This ambitious Buglife project is working with local people in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Ipswich, Leeds, Leicester, Plymouth, and York. Residents of these cities are contributing to the design and creation of flower rich areas to benefit bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.

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MSP leaps at chance to see rare jumping spider!

MSP Angus Macdonald recently joined volunteers and staff from Buglife Scotland, Butterfly Conservation Scotland and the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative (IFLI), to help find the rare Bog sun-jumper spider by ‘hoovering’ a peat bog near Stirling!  

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Fife’s parks Buzzing with life

After an exciting three-year team effort between Buglife, Fife Council, schoolchildren and community groups, over 13 hectares of native wildflower-rich grassland have been created at 23 locations across Fife. These new meadows are buzzing with life!  

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Rachael Maskell MP champion of the Tansy Beetle receives award for dedication to the Species Champions Project

Rachael Maskell MP attended an award ceremony in Westminster on Monday 3 July to mark the first anniversary of the Species Champions project and celebrate the recruitment of 39 MPs from across the political spectrum.  The most actively involved MPs received awards from TV presenter Steve Backshall, recognising their efforts for nature conservation in Parliament and out in the field.

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Rare Spotty Beetle Jackpot

Ten spotted pot beetle (c) Scott Shanks

As part of a year of activities to celebrate their 10th Anniversary, wildlife charity Buglife Scotland hope to rediscover some of Scotland’s rarest ‘lost’ bees, bugs and beetles. And spotting spotted pot beetles got the year off to a flying start.

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