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Trust defends Devon species from American invader

A Devon conservation charity is coming to the aid of a native species under threat from its bolder American cousins. The Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, based at Paignton Zoo, has...

05/03/2014

Buglife launches a manifesto for pollinators

Buglife, the only European charity that looks after all pollinators has launched ‘Get Britain Buzzing’ a 7 point manifesto to arrest the worrying decline in pollinator species across the UK...

05/03/2014

First signs of Spring

The start of spring can be an unpredictable affair these days but is one of the best times to observe insects. Buglife have listed some of the clear insect signs...

28/02/2014

Dredging: Effectiveness and risks

Widespread dredging could make flooding in some communities worse in future – not better – according to a new report published by The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management...

14/02/2014

Nocturnal nature in the balance

As the longest night of the year comes around conservationists have assessed the fortunes of our native nocturnal wildlife and found a picture of mixed fortunes. Saturday December 21st is...

20/12/2013

Getting buzz-y in Central Park

Plymouth’s getting buzz-y for the bees with the planting of new wildlife meadows in Central Park. Plymouth City Council and Buglife will be planting 2.2 hectares (5.4 acres) of wildflowers...

11/12/2013