#NationalInsectWeek! Every day we will be sharing some incredible insect facts and information on how you can help the small things that run the world.
Let's take a closer look at Cockchafers! Or perhaps you know them as May bug or Billy-witch? https://www.buglife.org.uk/bugs/bug-directory/common-cockchafer/ … pic.twitter.com/zkuBUMdJ4l
#InsectWeek21 and through to the end of August you can help us to gather valuable data on the health of UK insect populations, and our environment as a whole.
Find out how to join the #BugsMatter survey: https://buglife.org.uk/get-involved/surveys/bugs-matter/ …pic.twitter.com/yndZFk0beC
Today I step down as Chair of
@Buzz_dont_tweet at the end of my term and as my roles with @NatResWales and @JNCC_UK have grown. I wish #Buglife huge success in its critical mission to protect invertebrates and urge everyone interested in the environment to support the charity pic.twitter.com/ilPcQg395T
NEW BLOG! We need to talk about ALAN https://www.buglife.org.uk/blog/we-need-to-talk-about-alan/ …pic.twitter.com/SRknLxHfAr
A new Buglife President, Chair, and Strategy
Living with Bugs: A Guide to Peaceful Co-existence
FREE live online event - this afternoon at 3pm
@DrRossPiper & @BuglifeCymru
To join us click here: https://www.buglife.org.uk/events/living-with-bugs-a-guide-to-peaceful-coexistence/ …pic.twitter.com/iCz8ZSA6om
An excellent debate on the need to tackle light pollution in the
@UKHouseofLords last night with lots of Peers speaking strongly in favour of reducing light pollution, and benefits that would bring to insects, birds, bats, plants, & health & enjoyment of people. #EnvironmentBillpic.twitter.com/7FU6cd4wuY
A major threat to pollinators and other wildlife is the lack of joined up habitat in our countryside. For some species it is close to impossible to move around. B-Lines is all about restoring wildflower habitats to create a national network for nature https://www.buglife.org.uk/our-work/b-lines/ …pic.twitter.com/TAYZPZ0a3l
Fantastic to see the rare small blue (Cupido minimus)- our smallest resident
#butterfly at Baglan Burrows.
Our Neath Port Talbot BLines project will be planting Kidney vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria), the sole food plant for its larvae to help expand its range. #insectweek #BLinespic.twitter.com/LD36dvJbUo