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Rare Wormwood moonshiner beetles found

2019 proved to be a fantastic year for one of the UK’s rarest beetles, the elusive Wormwood moonshiner (Amara fusca). The beetle was found at two new sites with dedicated...

13/02/2020

Stop killing conservationists

The suspicious death of Mexican butterfly activist Homero Gómez González whose body was found on Wednesday near the reserve he managed in Mexico has cast a shadow over the conservation...

31/01/2020

Buglife to host Radio 4 Today winter surveys

Buglife is hosting two winter surveys for BBC Radio 4 Today Programme; The Winter Bee Survey and the Winter Ladybird Survey. These surveys will be discussed on the Today programme...

15/12/2019

New B-lines to put the buzz back into Cornwall

An ambitious new plan for helping our bees, butterflies, hoverflies and other pollinating insects is being launched today by Buglife, University of Exeter and Cornwall Council. Cornwall B-Lines will create...

24/10/2019

Buglife spins a new web

Buglife the leading charity in Europe for insect conservation have been busy spinning a new website. A key feature of the new clean cut website is the addition of a...

08/10/2019

Creating a buzz for pollinators in Kilbirnie

Buglife Scotland has received funding for the Garnock’s Buzzing project from National Lottery Heritage Fund, through the Garnock Connections Landscape Partnership that will transform amenity grassland in Kilbirnie for pollinators....

21/09/2019