Storm, our 2012 Peregrine Cam chick is all grown up! Here's some footage captured by a fan - the parents appear first, then little Storm appears on the ledge...and flies away!
Andrew Lowe, West Notts Conservation Officer for Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust brought a team of experts to Nottingham Trent University to ‘ring’ our soon-to be-named falcon chick - the star of the 2012 Peregrine Cam webcam. In this video you can see what they did and hear an explanation of the importance of bird ringing.
The Wildlife Garden Project show us how to make a bird box.
wildlifegardenproject.com The Wildlife Garden Project shows you how to make a bird box. It’s fun, cheap, and you’ll be helping to save trees by using up any old wood you have lying around! And of course, the birds will thank you for it! About The Wildlife Garden Project Imagine if everybody in the UK made just a few small changes in their garden to help our British wildlife. Think of…
Find out how to sow a wild flower meadow with The Wildlife Garden Project.
The Wildlife Garden Project shows you how to sow a wildflower meadow.
About The Wildlife Garden Project:
Imagine if everybody in the UK made just a few small changes in their garden to help our British wildlife. Think of the giant patchwork that could be created, all the habitats that could be formed, and all the mouths that could be fed. And you can do as…
Number 6 in the Wildlife Watch series Wild Life Skills - mole watching. Nick Barker gets up close and personal with this rarely see creature.
Nick Baker introduces us to an unsual garden visitor - the mole. This is a rare chance to get up close to this elusive and rarely seen creature. Marvel at his flexible pointy nose and massive tunnel digging feet (that’s the mole, not Nick!).