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The UK's bumblebees are in crisis

Bumblebees are familiar and much-loved insects that pollinate our crops and wildflowers, so people are rightly worried. With disappearing nature corridors, urgent action is needed to provide habitat and protect their populations.

They are hungry and homeless

Changes to our landscape mean good nesting and flowers are now in short supply.

We need them

Bumblebees are responsible for the pollination of wildflowers, fruits and vegetables.

They need our help

By providing better connected habitat across our cities and countryside.

Take action

Find out more about Bee the Change
A Buff-tailed bumblebee flying towards purple flowers to feed on.

Bee the Change

It's time to speak up for bumblebees and Bee the Change.

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A man standing in a meadow and using a net to catch a bumblebee for identification purposes.

BeeWalk

Our national recording scheme to monitor the abundance of bumblebees across the UK.

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A close-up of a Common carder bumblebee feeding on a purple flower.

Cash Appeal 2024

Donate to our Buzzing for the Future appeal today and help secure a future for bumblebees.