Buglife Cymru

The breath-taking landscapes and habitats of Wales support a wide diversity and abundance of wildlife – from our miles and miles of coastline to the uplands of Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons, sea cliffs, sand dunes, heathlands, grasslands, woodlands, brownfield land and farmland together create a unique mosaic of habitats that support a diversity of invertebrates.

Find out more about the unique invertebrates you can find in Wales, current projects and surveys Buglife runs in the region and our involvement with the local organisations and government.

For more information on how you can help conserve invertebrates in Wales please contact Buglife Cymru.

Discover more about some of our current projects

Latest news

Rare leech recorded in Dumfries and Galloway

One of the rarest invertebrates in Scotland, the Medicinal Leech (Hirudo medicinalis), has been confirmed in Dumfries and Galloway for Read more

Upcoming event

SmartRivers: Using Freshwater Invertebrates to Monitor River Health

Monday 4th December, 2023

Hear about how SmartRivers is empowering communities and organisations to use freshwater invertebrate populations to monitor river health. Rivers in…