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Wildlife surveys

European beewolf (Philanthus triangulum)

© Nigel Jones

One of the best ways for you to learn more about bugs and help conserve wildlife at the same time is take part in a wildlife survey.

We would love you to help us discover how some of our rarest and most spectacular bugs are doing. Buglife is a small organisation and relies on people getting involved with surveying so we can better monitor the state of our wildlife and deliver conservation action where it is most needed.

The more people get involved, the more we will learn and the greater the benefit to wildlife. So please join in, there’s no better way to get close to nature!

For further information and to take part in a survey please use the links below.

Other bug surveys

Click on the links below to find out how you can get involved in the bug surveys run by other organisations:

OPAL Bugs count survey

Glow-worm survey

National Moth Night

Harlequin ladybird survey

The Great Stag Hunt

Big butterfly count