Falcon spotting at the Tate Modern




Powerful telescopes are being set up to allow visitors to view wild Peregrine Falcons on the Tate Modern building in London. The birds’ nest … [Read more...]




Bramble crop concerns scientists




Known by some as the bramble and to others as the blackberry, the small dark fruit found in hedgerows is becoming an essential tool in the recording … [Read more...]




Charity asks for swift help




The RSPB wants residents and companies in London to help stop the decline in the numbers of swifts in the City. Every summer, London awakes to the … [Read more...]




Rare dragonfly returns to south Cumbria




After years of absence the first white-faced darters emerge at Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve, near Kendal, in south Cumbria. The recurrence of this … [Read more...]




Little Ringed Plover spotted in Wearside




Visitors to a North East England nature reserve have been rewarded with a wide selection of wading birds, thanks to the dryer than normal … [Read more...]




Lamb born with two distinct fleeces




An extremely rare and unique lamb with two distinct fleeces has been born in Cheshire. The two fleeces come from its grandmothers Swaledale … [Read more...]




Goose watch in Dumfries




Tens of thousands of geese are expected to pass through the Dumfries area during March and Early April on their way to the breeding … [Read more...]




Arctic Redpolls arrive in Durham




A nature reserve in Durham is celebrating after an Arctic Redpoll is spotted. The rare visitor to the UK was found at the Rainton Meadows nature … [Read more...]




Big Garden Birdwatch 2011




The world’s biggest wildlife survey, the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, takes place Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 January 2011 and it needs you. Last … [Read more...]




Heron fishing as river thaws




Our local Heron grabs a chance to feed as the icy waters of the Eden start to flow again. Over four weeks of below freezing temperatures … [Read more...]