Our intrepid promoter Harry Hog is now officially out and about visiting Wildlife Trust nature reserves in our three counties. Read the first of his ‘Hog Blog’s about how our local wildlife is…
Snakes are often thought of as exotic creatures to be admired (or avoided) on holidays in hotter countries, but Britain is home to three native species of snake.
Aquatic plants are our next theme for #wildlifefromhome
Fundraising and Supporter Assistant Fiona planted a wildflower meadow from scratch back in March, right at the beginning of lockdown. How's it going?
Donal Griffin, marine conservation officer for The Wildlife Trusts, shares the experiences that inspired his love for the sea.
Voluntary Communities and Wildlife Officer Megan has spotted some spotted visitors in her garden over the spring and summer.
In one school in Cambridgeshire, 30 Days Wild in June was used as a way to get even more kids looking at the wild world around them, with great success, as teacher Judith explains...
Youth Ranger Adam Watts, like other young people, has had his world turned upside-down this spring and summer at a crucial time. He's been finding ways to keep helping his local wildlife…
Juliette Butler, Training Workshops Officer, talks about the launch of new online training sessions
Ryan Clark, Northamptonshire County Recorder for bees, wasps and ants, tells us why we should all take more notice of bees