The dawn chorus of birdsong is one of nature’s arresting and breathtaking occurrences. David Hall explains why you really should consider rising early to experience this incredible phenomenon at this time of the year. I […]
Dandelions: a bane to gardeners the world over, wherever they raise their vivid yellow heads. And yet, could we learn to love them… just a little bit? Sarah Vandome explores their value to wildlife – […]
There are thought to be approximately 160,000 species of moth worldwide, with over 2500 species having been recorded in the British Isles. Carol Hughes has been recording and photographing some of the many species to […]
Cetacean sightings in Roseland waters always cause much excitement and attraction; not just for humans, but for other animals too, as David Hall explains.
Take a walk through grassy fields, past hedgerows and along woodland footpaths, and you cannot help but notice the sheer variety of fungi emergent especially at this time of year. Whilst the predominant colour seems […]
The State of Nature Report Compiled and published by a collaboration of conservation and research organisations, the State of Nature Report is a comprehensive assessment of how nature is doing across the UK, and how this […]
This month, as overwintering birds gather around Roseland shores, estuaries and farmland, David Hall considers the miracle of migration that brings them here. It’s a long time since the Victorian ornithologists believed that Swallows and […]
As we say goodbye once again to our migrating avian friends, Nick Coppin considers how life could be improved for them when they return to breed here next year. It’s always sad to realise, usually […]