Buglife International

Invertebrates are not just in trouble in the UK. The problems facing bugs here (loss of and damage to habitats, habitats becoming isolated, climate change, pollution and so on) are present across the world.

As one of only two all-encompassing invertebrate conservation organisations in the world, Buglife acts overseas where there is a need for our help to prevent the extinction of a species and to help research how to create the conditions for a sustainable population.

Buglife have previously worked in the European institutions, South Georgia, Sri Lanka, St Helena and Tanzania

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Upcoming event

An Introduction to Cornwall’s Rare and Threatened Bees (Online)

Wednesday 18th May, 2022

Join Buglife and Cornish entomologist Paddy Saunders, to discover Cornwall's rare and threatened bees and what we're doing to conserve…

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