Protect our rivers and the wildlife that live in wetland habitats by saving water.
Water voles are mini ecosystem engineers and their return will see, in part, the restoration of natural processes to rivers.
Local Wildlife Sites (LWS) are havens for wild species. In this blog, we explain how they are protected.
You see them soaring the skies in all their glory; birds of prey are always a sight to behold.
Deadwood is a fantastic microhabitat for all kinds of creepy crawlies.
Snakes are often thought of as exotic creatures to be admired (or avoided) on holidays in hotter countries, but did you know that Britain is home to three native snake species?
If you'd like to see St Albans a little bit wilder, good news! In April 2021, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, in partnership with St Albans District Council will be launching a pioneering…
Beetles are amazing - read for yourself why you should make space for them in your garden!
Fisheries have the potential to be fantastic refuges for nature - our partnership project helps anglers identify the habitat needs and manage their fisheries for both wildlife and people.
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…