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National Insect Week returns in 2020

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  • Let's Go Wild

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    Fun factsheets about some fascinating British insects

    For: Everyone

  • Polli:Nation Survey

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    A national survey that you can contribute to be becoming a citizen scientist.

    For: Everyone

  • iSpot

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    A friendly and free community helping to identify wildlife and share nature.

    For: Everyone

  • Bees for kids

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    Children are fascinated by Honey Bees. This section of the British Beekeepers Association seeks to build on that fascination and encourage young people to learn more about the world of the Honey Bee.

    For: Everyone

  • Woodland Trust nature detectives

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    The Woodland Trust quite simply encourages you to 'Pull on your wellies, roll up your sleeves and get outside!' And they are brimming with ideas on how to do just that.

    For: Everyone

  • Great stag hunt

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    The magnificent stag beetle needs your help. This endangered species has become extinct in many parts of the UK, but together we can protect those that remain, before it is too late.

    For: Everyone

  • British beekeepers association

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    The British beekeepers association website holds a wealth of information for adults, educators and children alike. http://www.bbka.org.uk/kids/
  • Forestry Commission

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    The Forestry Commission website is packed full of exciting ideas to keep you interested this insect week

    For: Everyone

Did you know?

Most unique

 

 

The Lundy cabbage flea beetle is endemic to Lundy island, UK, living only on one strip of habitat.

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