Latest Blog Posts

#LoveParks Week

…blog by Emma Morgan, Buglife Conservation Officer (Cymru) What do we love about Cardiff parks? And how do we show our love to them? With the recent hot weather many...

29/07/2022

National Meadows Day 2022 in Northern Ireland

…blog by Natalie Stevenson, Buglife Scotland and Northern Ireland Manager Celebrate this year’s National Meadows Day by learning about pollinators in Northern Ireland! Ireland has an amazing variety of bee...

02/07/2022

National Meadows Day 2022 in Scotland

…blog by Claire Pumfrey, Buglife Conservation Officer, and Suzanne Burgess, Buglife Development Manager Scotland and Northern Ireland  Celebrate this year’s National Meadows Day by visiting some fantastic meadows in Central...

02/07/2022

National Meadows Day 2022 in England

…blog by Rachel Richards, Buglife B-Lines officer.  Join her for a walk through a North Yorkshire B-Lines meadow. Celebrate this year’s National Meadows Day by learning about pollinators in England!...

02/07/2022

Insect Week 2022: Let’s folk-us on Folklore…

…blog by Kaitlyn Elverson, Buglife Assistant Conservation Officer Have you ever thought about where you favourite fairy-tale stories come from? Or what inspired your favourite fantasy video game? Or even...

21/06/2022

Beyond No Mow May

As we head towards the end of No Mow May, it is worth considering whether you could go further – how about leaving some of your lawn uncut until the...

30/05/2022

Magnificent Stag Beetles…

…guest blog from Laura Bower, Conservation Officer for People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) Sadly, the incredible Stag Beetle is threatened across Europe.  PTES has been working to save Stag...

25/05/2022

How many non-native flatworms are in your garden…?

…blog by David Smith, Buglife Advocacy and Social Change Officer. Before I started working for Buglife I had no knowledge of terrestrial flatworms, nor the impacts non-native species might have...

19/05/2022