Articles about the work of Buglife
- Conserving globally threatened bugs on the UK Overseas Territory of St Helena.
- Wildlife charity threatens legal action over bee killing pesticides
- Fifth report links neonicotinoid pesticides to bee decline
- Inquiry launched into neonicotinoid safety
- New home created for one of UK’s most endangered beetles
- France to ban oilseed pesticide to protect bees
- Kent wildlife site at risk from 5,000 house development
- Bee-Roads project is on the right track, but Britain's grasslands are still in crisi
- Report Harlequin ladybird invaders
- 'Rivers of flowers' call after huge decline in wildflower meadows
- Buglife working to save Thurrock Marshes from development.
The Invertebrate Conservation Trust is the first organisation in Europe devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates, and is actively engaged in saving Britain's rarest bugs, butterflies, snails, bees, wasps, ants, spiders, beetles and more fascinating creatures.
Set up in 2000, the charity now has seven members working on diverse projects including a bumblebee survey and brownfield conservation. For more information on the work of Buglife go to: www.buglife.org.uk