Bumblebee Conservation Trust – Bee Walk

BeeWalk is a national recording scheme to monitor the abundance of bumblebees across the UK.  The survey would be impossible without volunteers like you, who identify and count the bumblebees they see on an hour’s walk each month from March to October. It can be a very pleasant way to spend an hour or two on a sunny day

Coastal, Farmland, Grassland, Heathland, Towns and Gardens, Upland, Woodland
UK wide
UK wide
Bumblebee Conservation Trust
Funding body:
The National Lottery, Heritage Fund, Scottish Natural Heritage and with support of the Redwing Trust
How to take part:
March to October each year

How to get involved

Anyone can become a BeeWalker – all you need is a spare hour or so every month to walk a fixed route of about a mile (you choose where it goes), and send us your sightings. It’s essential that the route is fixed to allow direct comparisons of bumblebee population trends over time.

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