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Putting Bugs on the Map Hub

West of Eype, Dorset (c) Andrew Whitehouse

An ambitious new project to identify and map the UK’s most Important Invertebrate Areas, then inspire, inform and deliver real change on the ground for our most scarce and threatened invertebrates.

Important Invertebrate Areas are nationally and internationally significant places for the conservation of invertebrates and the habitats upon which they rely.  They will be a vital tool for the conservation of our most threatened species and the maintenance of sustainable populations of declining species.

Putting Bugs on the Map is a member of the partnership for Biodiversity in Planning.

Putting Bugs on the Map is funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation