We may be a ‘wet’ nation, but wetlands – wildlife-rich, carbon-capturing oases – are in shorter supply than you might think. Wetlands have largely been removed from our landscape, and this loss is…
As winter sets in, diving ducks become a more common sight, as birds arrive here from colder climates. Here's a quick guide to some of the diving duck species you might encounter in the…
Why should the Broadmarsh site become Nottingham's version of Central Park? Executive Vice President of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust Tom Huggon shares his top ten reasons.
Iona McMillan, part of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust's Keeping it Wild youth team, shares her thoughts on the Broadmarsh reinvention plan.
Discover the world of these magnificent marine mammals with Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ Skomer Island warden, Nathan Wilkie.
Ian Jelley, Director of Living Landscapes for Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, explains why helping nature recover is as essential for us as it is for wildlife.
Every autumn, headlines warn about spiders invading our homes. But what’s the real story with our eight-legged neighbours?
As we approach the end of September, Ellie Phelps offers her thoughts about growing her own produce during harvest time.
As summer turns to autumn, fungi start to become a common sight in woodland areas, but there's a lot more to these mysterious organisms than what you see on the surface.
Famously characterised as crotchety but dependable in Kenneth Grahame’s classic ‘Wind in the Willows’ story, one of our largest and most enigmatic wild creatures is, in my view, subject to far…