'Tis the season we love to hunker down and avoid the cold, but there's so much to discover! So wrap up warm and enjoy 12 ways to connect with nature this winter.
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…
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?
It’s the time of year again when we’re busy giving flowers, chocolates and cards on Valentine’s Day. Our local wildlife has its own unique ways of showing affection.
Although the days are shorter, there is still lots of wildlife to see and a nice winter walk will boost our energy levels and earn us that hot chocolate afterwards! Find out what to look for this…
Hertfordshire and Middlesex are full of fungi if you know where to look, and now is the best time to get out and investigate. Find out where to find them in our reserves.
When have you last seen a hedgehog? Chances are, not so recently. Find out how you can help your local hogs.
Keep your eyes to the skies this autumn and look out for the migratory birds - both leaving and arriving.