Now is the time we embrace the creepy crawlies, the spooky spiders and blood-curdling bats...here's our favourite Halloween wildlife!
Nature is beautiful and delicate, but creating the right conditions for wildlife can seem brutal and destructive. The works are crucial to maintaining the delicate balance of our ecosystems.
Every year, non-native invasive species are estimated to cost the UK economy £1.7bn. They can pose a risk to our native wildlife and are a good example to demonstrate how delicate our ecosystem is…
Find out what our Reserves Trainees Alex and Verity were up to in the past year and what they'll miss now that their training is complete.
Trust volunteer Charlotte Morgan visited her first Festival of Wildlife in July. Here’s why she’ll definitely be back next year...
A pair of kestrels have settled in one of the nest boxes at our Lemsford Springs Nature Reserve.
The Wildlife Trusts’ annual 30 Days Wild challenge was more popular than ever this year – 400,000 people carried out well over 10 million Random Acts of Wildness all over the UK during the 30 days…
Now is the time to set the alarm for early morning (really early morning!) and enjoy the beautiful sounds of the dawn chorus.
Despite the wet weather recently, the water levels are lower than they should be in this time of year. We can't control the weather, but we can influence our water usage to save wildlife!
Spring is around the corner so it’s a perfect time to be getting on gloves and wellies and heading out into the garden! This year, why don't you turn your garden into a wildlife haven?