Introduction

Bee Friendly is a brand new initiative aimed at communities and community organisations, schools, public bodies, town and community councils, businesses, universities and colleges, places of worship…….. and many other organisations, all around Wales.

We think it is the first co-ordinated national scheme of its kind and has at its heart – making Wales a Pollinator- Friendly country.

Although the scheme is called Bee Friendly, we want people to take action to help all our pollinators, and not just bees.

Whether you are a part of a Bee Friendly scheme, a member of one of our many supporter organisations or a concerned individual, take a look to see what actions you can take to make our world a little bit greener – discover the Bee Friendly Action Guide, FAQ, application form and plant list.

Bees, butterflies and other pollinators are an essential component of our environment. Due to a variety of factors, numbers have declined and pollinators are now in trouble. The good news is that you can help. Becoming Bee Friendly will give pollinators what they need to survive and thrive, and by working with others we can make Wales a pollinator friendly country.

Species in Wales

Amphibians & Reptiles

Birds

Lichens

Terrestrial Mammals

Bryophytes

Invertebrates

Helping Wildlife

Wildlife Gardening