Fundraising & Supporter Assistant Fiona has been planting a patch of wildflower meadow in her garden. Even a small patch of flowering plants can make a big difference...
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It's #HedgehogAwarenessWeek and our new Voluntary Communities and Wildlife Officer for North Chilterns Chalk has some great advice for making your garden as friendly as possible for our…
The features dug by the rotary ditcher in the Nene Valley last summer have been filling up with water and attracting wildlife. Helena gives us an update.
The Environment Agency are seeking your views on the challenges our waters face and the choices and changes we all need to make to help tackle those challenges. Our Water for Wildlife Officer…
It's been a busy time up in the North Chiltern hills with new fencing and conservation grazing.
Our Team are inspiring children to think about the ‘tiny creatures of the big hills’.
As well as our own nature reserves we have also been helping improve other sites for wildlife.
Our team have been keeping the grassland open and full of light for wildflowers.
Communications Officer Rob Enderby joins a weekend coppicing workshop in Hayley Wood to find out more about this ancient tradition and its benefits for wildlife.
Wildlife may be beautiful or delicate but creating the best conditions for it to flourish can be a brutal-looking business