The Buckinghamshire Invertebrate Group (BIG) studies and records insects and other invertebrates in Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes. We organise field trips, indoor meetings and training events, and publish an annual bulletin and other resources. Members of the group have a wide range of interests, from microscopic rotifers to garden butterflies.

To find out about BIG meetings and events, see our calendar and join our free mailing list
 
For queries and identification advice on insects (and other wildlife) in the county join the BMERC egroup.


Recent announcements

  • BIG spring meeting: 12 March 2015 Our spring indoor meeting will be on Saturday 14 March, 10am to 1pm - apologies for the rather short notice, and note that will be at the Wendover Woods classroom, not ...
    Posted 4 Mar 2015, 11:47 by Martin Harvey
  • BIG autumn meeting: 13 December Our autumn indoor meeting will be held on Saturday 13 December, 10am-1pm. We are pleased to be back at our 'home', the Bucks Museum Resource Centre at Halton, near ...
    Posted 11 Dec 2014, 04:57 by Martin Harvey
  • Conference: Neglected Insects in Bedfordshire Our colleagues in the Beds Natural History Society are running a fascinating conference on 15 November. Speakers include:Ian Wallace on CaddisfliesTristan Bantock and Joe Botting on Leaf-hoppers ...
    Posted 4 Sep 2014, 13:02 by Martin Harvey
  • Autumn insect talks at Butterfly World Butterfly World in Hertfordshire have sent us details of some interesting talks this autumn - a summary is given below, contact them if further details are needed:http://www.butterflyworldproject.com ...
    Posted 18 Aug 2014, 14:41 by Martin Harvey
  • BIG field meetings 2014 Details of this year's field meetings are now on the events calendar - thanks to Neil Fletcher for coordinating these, look forward to seeing you at some of them.
    Posted 16 Jun 2014, 12:38 by Nigel Partridge
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