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National Insect Week (NIW)

National Insect Week is organised by the Royal Entomological Society and is supported by a large number of partner organisations concerned with many aspects of insect science, natural history and biodiversity.  National Insect Week is run every other year.  The next National Insect Week will take place in 2018.

BIAZA is an official partner of National Insect Week and, along with the BIAZA Terrestrial Invertebrate Working Group, encourages its members to get involved and sign up.

For more information on how to get involved, or to see what events are running this year, please visit



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