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Good news for under threat site

Lodge Hill, a former military site near Chattenden, has now been formally been recognised as a ‘Site of Special Scientific Interest’ due to its huge population of Nightingales.  Buglife is...

21/11/2013

Funding Boost for Buglife

Buglife is today celebrating the news that it has received a £66,455.00 funding boost from SITA Trust for their project "Living Roofs for Camden's Wildlife". The ‘Living Roofs for Camden’s...

18/11/2013

More meadows for Plymouth to help our bees!

Buglife and Plymouth City Council are creating more wildflower meadows in the city as part of the Plymouth’s Buzzing project.  Having planted new meadows in Stonehouse and Central Park the...

08/11/2013

Falsehoods about false widows put to rest

Conservation charity Buglife have published a new webpage packed with information about the false widow spider to allay growing fears over the danger of this slow moving arachnid. The majority...

23/10/2013

Rare brownfield wildlife under threat

A new report by wildlife charity Buglife- The Invertebrate Conservation Trust, highlights the alarming loss of wildlife-rich brownfields in the Thames Gateway. Some brownfield sites in the region can support...

12/09/2013