The Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT)
“To halt the recent dramatic declines, we urgently need to improve habitats. Everyone can play their part – gardeners, farmers, land managers, councils and governments can all help”.
The BBCT website is packed with useful information, and includes pages to help you identify bumblebees, advice on how to garden or farm in a sensitive way, and surveys which you may like to take part in..
Read about the worlds first bumblebee reserve which was recently created at the side of Loch Leven, Scotland.
Find out what you can do to help conserve bumblebees by planting suitable varieties of flowers in your garden.
Support by Buying Trust-related goods.
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust is a registered charity (number 1115634) which was founded with the aim of protecting bumblebees and their associated habitats through conservation and education.