This week, 17-25th July is national moth week. Celebrating these amazing insects and all the roles they play in our ecosystem. There are around 2,500 species of moth found in the British Isles.…
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An update from Debbie Tann
The Plastic Free July campaign began in 2011, as a way of encouraging people to try going plastic-free for a month, and hopefully beyond. The ultimate aim is to see an end to plastic waste, which…
Swallows, swifts and martins are true summertime species here in Britain. Arriving a little later than most of the warblers and departing as summer begins to fade (or earlier in the case of swifts…
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.
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