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Black bee-fly found in UK for first time

Buglife member, Rob Mills, has photographed a spectacular Black Bee-fly, never before seen in Britain sitting on a bee hotel in his garden near Cambridge. The scientific name Anthrax anthrax...

10/04/2017

Bug Champions the search begins

Buglife is launching a new volunteer pilot scheme Bug Champions. This project is a pilot created to engage the people of Cambridgeshire with the invertebrates around them. This ambitious new...

10/04/2017

Join the Hunt for Amazing Oil Beetles in Wales

Members of the public are being asked to help with the first ever Wales-wide survey to map the location of our threatened and beautiful oil beetles.  The survey is being...

06/04/2017

More wonderful wildflowers for Plymouth

This spring will see more stunning wildflower road verges being created through the centre of Plymouth as environmental charity Buglife and Plymouth City Council once again work together on the...

27/03/2017

PotWatch – can you trump Obama?

Buglife are launching a new campaign to highlight the role the importation of pot plants plays in establishing invasive species in the UK.  To look into this threat Buglife have...

27/03/2017