During bumblebee season we receive a high volume of enquiries. Your support and interest are important to us, however, we may not be able to respond to all enquiries we receive. This means that we can focus our efforts on our vital work to conserve bumblebees.
We provide a wealth of information on this website which has a handy search facility to help you find what you are looking for.
As a first step, please explore the following links on our website which we hope will answer many of your queries:
You can also direct your enquiry to one of the specific email addresses given below or, if you wish to contact us about volunteering, membership, business support, fundraising of BeeWalk, you can follow the suggested links.
Spring 2019 bumblebee nest season: we are experiencing a high number of telephone calls and emails regarding bumblebee nests. If you are concerned about a nest, please refer to our nest page. If you have bumblebees nesting in the eaves/loft of your property, the following article about Tree bumblebees is really informative. Please note: Our staff cannot remove bumblebee nests, and we are unable to recommend companies to carry out nest removals.
General enquiries: email@example.com We will aim to respond within 10 working days.
Membership enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our membership page for further details
BeeWalk surveys: email@example.com
Volunteering: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our volunteering page for further details
Business enquiries: email@example.com or visit our business page for further details.
If you are a journalist, please contact our press office staff here.
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