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Watching wildlife in your garden can be a great activity either on your own, with a friend or the family. But wildlife can be quite frustrating and doesn't always stay long enough to be seen…
Get closer to nature this Christmas, with our winter wildlife challenge
It’s 10.45pm in the car park of Coombe Abbey Hotel near Coventry and I’ve arranged to join Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s Senior Hedgehog Officer, Dr Debbie Wright, on a torchlight survey.
Shoresearch - citizen science on the shore
30 Days Wild is The Wildlife Trusts’ campaign to encourage more people to get outdoors and experience nature.
There have been a number of articles in the media recently highlighting the seemingly increasing practice of netting hedgerows and trees by developers. They do this to prevent birds from nesting…
It’s Monday morning and family chaos reigns. Trying to get a 10-year-old and a teenager out of the door on time for school on a grey start to the week is tough.
The thing I love about 30 Days Wild is the anticipation, the thrill of knowing that we’ll have a whole month in which no excuses will do, and that the great outdoors is truly our oyster.
One of the most wondrous and breath-taking sights of spring is the expansive blue woodland carpets that our native bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) produces. Taking advantage of the sunlight…