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Rare snails introduced to Pentland Hills

Conservation experts have hailed the first ever release of rare Pond mud snails in the Lothians as a “vital step” in efforts to save the species. Native to Europe, Pond...

18/10/2018

John Muir Pollinator Way, funding success

Thanks to funding from The Scottish Government and The Greggs Foundation, The Central Scotland Green Network Trust are supporting Buglife to create 25 pollinator ‘hubs’ at various points along the...

09/10/2018

Buglife reaction to London schools spider closure

Buglife notes with concern the closure of schools in Newham because of the discovery of Noble false-widow spiders (Steatoda nobilis).  We consider this to be a radical and unnecessary over-reaction...

04/10/2018

Cardiff Professor is new Buglife Chairman

River ecologist Professor Steve Ormerod vows to make the world more aware of ‘the most important animals on Earth’ after being appointed Chair of Buglife – the Invertebrate Conservation Trust....

02/10/2018

Urban Buzz Leicester Half Way Mark

The Urban Buzz Leicester project began back in July 2017 with funding from Biffa Award, and HLF, tasked with creating 100 sites for bees and other pollinators across the city,...

29/08/2018

Action for Mole cricket

Big, noisy, but elusive and critically endangered – After first British sighting of a Mole cricket in decades Buglife calls for a national recovery plan Mole crickets are one of...

23/08/2018