One of the simplest ways to support our work is to buy a gift for yourself or a loved one from the selection below
A charge of £0.60p for postage and packing will be added to each order.
*New* Clothing and Accessories Range
Proceeds from sales go towards the Bumblebee Conservation Trust. Postage from £2 (free p&p over £50).
Pack of 5 Postcards
A pack of five beautiful postcards displaying an image of the Great yellow bumblebee on red clover
UK bumblebee poster.
Our ID poster showing all 24 UK bumblebee species. A2 sized, it's perfect for your classroom, study or bedroom wall!
Bee ID pack.
Contains an identification poster for UK bumblebees, a car sticker, ‘What’s that bumblebee?’ guide, bumblebee-friendly flower seeds and an 'enamel' badge.
Our poster for gardeners is packed full of planting suggestions for each season.
A beautiful A3 sized bumblebee poster for kids.
Shrill carder bumblebee pin badge.
A beautiful 'enamel badge' of a Shrill Carder bumblebee. There are three other bumblebees available. Why not collect all four!
Great yellow bumblebee pin badge.
A beautiful 'enamel badge' of a Great Yellow bumblebee. There are three other bumblebees available. Why not collect all four!
Blaeberry bumblebee pin badge.
A beautiful 'enamel badge' of a Blaeberry bumblebee. There are three other bumblebees available. Why not collect all four!
Making space for bumblebees.
Our new booklet is a guide to gardening for bumblebees at home and in your community. It is packed full of bee-friendly gardening suggestions.
Contains a poster of bumblebee-friendly flowers, 'Making space for Bumblebees' booklet, bumblebee factsheet, car sticker, bee-friendly flower seeds and an 'enamel' badge.
What’s that bumblebee? ID guide.
An updated version of our bumblebee field ID guide, now with photos of each species to help with identification in the field.
“Bumblebees are one of the most endearing insect visitors to any garden. Their furry, colourful bodies and clumsy flight always raise a smile, but they also do an essential job. Without their pollination services many flowers would produce no seeds, and fruit and vegetable yields would suffer.”