Ivy has an image problem. For decades people have believed that ivy damages buildings and is a parasite to trees with little wildlife benefit. All this could not be further from the truth.
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Kelly Hollings, Restoring Ratty Project Officer for Northumberland Wildlife Trust, explores the habits of these much-loved mammals.
Charlotte, one of our Marine Champions, tells us about her lifelong passion for our seas and shares some simple and achievable swaps she has made in an effort to live more sustainably.
One of the most iconic sounds of spring is the call of the male cuckoo, the two notes heralding the changing seasons.
When you vote in local elections you could give councillors the power to make decisions that will not only help local people, but also tackle the climate and ecological emergencies.
We take you through some of the techniques and findings from our overwintering bird surveys
Portsmouth City Council recently announced a rebrand of their ‘super-peninsula’ proposals for Tipner West, promoting ‘Lennox Point’ as ‘a unique site where land meets sea, it will be an iconic and…
Are you lucky enough to have seen a water vole? Sadly, these cute river-dwellers have undergone some of the worse declines of any British mammals. We look at some of the reasons why for…
For World Action on Rivers Day we celebrate and explore our chalk streams, some of Hampshire's most special habitats.
Have you ever heard of seagrass? This amazing plant provides an impressive list of environmental services – supplying vital habitat to wildlife and fisheries, protecting our shores from erosion…