Help Butterfly Conservation and Bumblebee Conservation Trust end the insect crisis.?

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Join Channel 5’s?Dr Amir Khan's mission to create an Insect A&E in your garden -?become a Nature Doctor today.?

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Butterfly Conservation and the Bumblebee Conservation Trust have joined forces to change the fate of pollinators in crisis. Join us, and Dr Amir Khan, to help save them.


Become a Nature Doctor and protect pollinators

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*?Read our full Terms & Conditions. Competition closes before midday on April 7 2020. Entrants must be 18 years and over. One lucky winner will be contacted after the competition closes.

Small Tortoiseshell (upperwing) - Andrew Cooper

We’ve lost 97% of wildflower meadows since the 1930s.

Pollinating insects, such as bumblebees and butterflies, are in decline across the UK. These insects are homeless and hungry. Their homes are disappearing, and their populations are plummeting.? They are running out of places to go.

Dr Amir Khan

Become a Nature Doctor.

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White-tailed bumblebee - Clive Elliston

Why should we save insects??

Butterflies, moths and bumblebees are an essential part of our eco-system. They are an important element of the food chain and are prey for birds, bats and other insectivorous animals. We must act now to help them rest, recuperate and rejuvenate in our own gardens.