The Pollinator Trail

**The St Davids Pollinator Trail is currently on pause as of Winter 2022/2023. The interpretation boards and artwork have been collected from their stations for assessment and maintenance.

Keep a look out here for new Pollinator Trail news and information in 2023.**

The St Davids Pollinator Trail is a community wide project coordinated by The Bug Farm. We have three main aims:

  1. Raise awareness about the importance of insect pollinators and to inspire people to preserve existing, or create new, pollinator habitat.
  2. Encourage visitors (and locals) to explore the wonderful businesses and beautiful countryside across the St Davids peninsula
  3. Link conservation with creativity by exhibiting a range of Welsh artwork along the Pollinator Trail

The St Davids Pollinator Trail is actually made up of two trails. The City Trail takes in a selection of local businesses and heritage sites within the city centre while the Explorer Trail stretches further across the St Davids peninsula and includes Whitesands Beach, Ramsey Island, cafes, accommodation providers, gardens and of course us, The Bug Farm.  If you would like to take part in The Pollinator Trail you can collect a spotter guide and map from the ticket office here at The Bug Farm or download one on our take part page.

Spotter Guide & Map

St Davids Pollinator Trail

This project has been coordinated by Dr Beynon’s Bug Farm. It is part funded via the Welsh Government’s Welsh Government’s Tourism Product Innovation Fund which aims to encourage new innovative product ideas working in partnership which will have a greater impact and attract more visitors. The Pollinator Trail has also been supported by Biodiversity Solutions.