Helen Griffiths discusses her carbon-reduction journey and gives some great advice on helping to make a positive impact on the natural world.
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Kelly Hollings, Restoring Ratty Project Officer for Northumberland Wildlife Trust, explores the habits of these much-loved mammals.
The first signs of spring have finally arrived and stirring grass snakes can be found – amongst other places - in the Idle Valley’s neighbouring wildlife garden of Muddy Fork.
Steve Garland, chair of Lancashire Wildlife Trust and beetle expert, explores the world of these incredible, armoured insects.
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…
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.
If you want to take action to save the most important creatures on the planet before it’s too late sign up for our FREE Action for Insects guide with all the information and support you need to…
Ploughman Wood is a stunning Nottinghamshire woodland and host to a number of species of bats, with just a little helping hand from the Notts Bat Group.
Evidence is showing that volunteering efforts to monitor and survey our local wildlife are helping it to thrive across Nottinghamshire and beyond.
Dr Catherine McNicol reveals some of the work that Wildlife Trusts are doing to bring species back from the brink.