Buglife is the first European organisation devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates, and actively engaged in saving Britain's rarest invertebrates. The Trust undertakes and promotes study and research, promotes sound management of land and water to maintain and enhance invertebrate biodiversity, supports the work of other organisations, and promotes education and publicising of invertebrates and their conservation and influencing invertebrate conservation in Europe and worldwide.
The Trust is a registered charity based in Peterborough, has a President and two Vice-Presidents, and nine Trustees, with six staff, and a growing number of individual and corporate members including Royal Entomological Society of London, Plantlife, Conchological Society, British Arachnological Society, Butterfly Conservation, RSPB, The Wildlife Trusts, Amateur Entomologists Club, British Myriapod and Isopod Group, British Dragonfly Society, and the U.S. Xerces Society.
Current projects include 'Action for Invertebrates' ensuring that nine invertebrate BAPs have a lead partner which they might otherwise lack, and 'Understanding riverfly declines'.
More information is at: www.buglife.org.uk