Competition: Get snapping in the Yorkshire Dales




A new competition, being run by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (YDNPA), aims to capture your images of the National Park right through to … [Read more...]




RSPB launch iPhone apps




The RSPB has made its debut into the world of Smartphone technology by launching two apps for the iPhone. The apps provide nature lovers with a … [Read more...]




First winter bitterns return to Rye Meads




The first 2011 winter Bitterns have returned to Rye Meads nature reserve, in Hertfordshire. Just one week after 1000 small silver rudd were … [Read more...]




National beanpole week highlights plight of birds




Gardeners are being urged to purchase coppiced beanpoles, sourced from local forests, to help protect birds such as the nightingale. Bringing … [Read more...]




Wildlife Trust Back to School




Year 6 pupils from Houghton Primary School in Carlisle, Cumbria, have come up with some wonderful ideas on how to improve wildlife at Cumbria Wildlife … [Read more...]




White-clawed Crayfish now ‘endangered’




The white-clawed Crayfish has now been upgraded to ‘Endangered’ on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened … [Read more...]




Podcast: Fungi in the UK




Experts suggest that the UK has over 15,000 known species of fungi growing in the UK. Around 25 new species are found every year. Fungi play … [Read more...]




Rare ladybird spotted in Sutherland, Scotland




A species of ladybird which thrives on heather moorland has been spotted on land belonging to the John Muir Trust, a wild land conservation … [Read more...]




Hedge laying champion




A champion hedge layer has scored a century after he won his 106th hedge laying competition. At 68, Geoff Sumner is one of Leicestershire’s … [Read more...]




Swans in the City




Recent bad weather and frozen waterways have brought animals away from their normal habitats and into the built up areas where we live, in the hunt … [Read more...]