BUGLIFE THE INVERTEBRATE CONSERVATION TRUST
Activities - how the charity spends its money
We aim to conserve invertebrates and their habitats, with current emphasis on surveys to assess the status of species in specific habitat-types, such as brownfields, soft rock cliffs and freshwater. Dissemination of our survey data, public education and the raising of awareness of the need to conserve invertebrates are also key activities. We also work to protect sites of special importance.
|Donations and legacies||£340.07k|
|Other trading activities||£23.86k|
£0 investments gains (losses)
Total income includes £21,516 from 4 government contract(s) and £163,230 from 5 government grant(s)