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.
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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.
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?
Snakes are often thought of as exotic creatures to be admired (or avoided) on holidays in hotter countries, but Britain is home to three native species of snake.
Donal Griffin, marine conservation officer for The Wildlife Trusts, shares the experiences that inspired his love for the sea.
Discover how our 30 Days Wild challenge can breathe new life into your relationship with nature.