Bees start to buck trend of decline in UK wildlife
- 22 May 2013
- Magazine issue 2918
IT'S a rare piece of good news for pollinators. In Europe, wild insects and plants are bouncing back after decades of decline. The years between 1950 and 1989 saw drastic decreases in the range of species in Belgium, the UK and the Netherlands. But since 1990, lost or new species have appeared, indicating that for many, the decline has halted. [Read more] ...