Latest Blog Posts

Meeting Sally…

…a blog written by Sarah Hawkes. Buglife’s Natur am Byth! Scarce Yellow Sally Project Officer. Scarce Yellow Sally is a stonefly measuring around 14-20mm long that was thought to be...

21/02/2024

Cwrdd ag Isogenus nebucula …

…Ymunwch ag Sarah Hawkes, Swyddog Prosiect Isogenus nebucula Natur am Byth Buglife, yn ein blog diweddaraf. Pryf y cerrig sy’n mesur tua 14-20mm o hyd yw’r Isogenus nebucula (scarce yellow...

21/02/2024

Meet six unsung heroes of the pollination world

…an informative blog written by Emily Shaw, Buglife Conservation Officer delivering Neath Port Talbot B-Lines project, which concluded in September 2023. Most people think of honeybees, when we talk about...

25/01/2024

Northern Ireland, invertebrate finds in review 2023

…a blog written by Joshua Clarke, Buglife Northern Ireland Conservation Officer. During 2023, there were several invertebrate finds of interest in Northern Ireland by our Conservation Officer Joshua Clarke. These...

29/12/2023

A Year of Walking the Wick!

…a blog written by Jo Loman, Canvey Wick Community Warden It’s time to celebrate! At the end of November 2022, we started a walking and social group at Canvey Wick...

27/12/2023

Soldierflies on the move…

…a guest blog written by Martin Harvey of the Soldierflies and Allies Recording Scheme as part of our COP28 impacts of climate change on invertebrates series. An entomologist is always...

10/12/2023