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Torbay’s Buzzing Blog January 2017

A lot has been happening with Torbay’s  Buzzing over the Autumn and Winter. Wildflower meadow creation Autumn is a great time to sow wildflower meadow areas, so I was very...

06/02/2017

The Discovery of Glowing Woodlice

A guest blog from our partners at the St Helena National Trust   The Critically Endangered Spiky yellow woodlouse (Pseudolaureola atlantica), only found on St Helena, has been found to...

24/01/2017

Getting a Buzz into Birmingham

A personal perspective from Nick Packham is the Urban Buzz officer for Birmingham, who has been with the project since the start in October 2015. Nick is tasked with creating...

10/11/2016

Pollinator Conservation in Agriculture

By Scott Hoffman Black – Executive Director Xerces Society Recently, conservationists have been discussing the role of agriculture in helping pollinators—and for good reason. About half of the U.S. land...

03/10/2016

Marketing Bugs

At first sight marketing bugs could be considered in the same bracket as carrying coals to Newcastle and this is despite the great work done by Buglife. If you poll...

04/07/2016

June 2016 Torbay’s Buzzing blog

Well, a lot has been happening recently to get Torbay Buzzing!  I’ve been concentrating on getting some pollinator cafes planted up, launching our Torbay’s Buzzing Big Pollinator Survey; and running...

01/07/2016