Wildlife may be beautiful or delicate but creating the best conditions for it to flourish can be a brutal-looking business
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Catching up with the Brown Long-eared bat colony at our Lings Nature Reserve in Northampton, as part of the annual roost count for the Reserve Bat Conservation Trusts National Bat Monitoring…
Hazel Pears, Northants Volunteer Officer, explains what she has been getting up to in the last two weeks of winter work.
A summary of the past 10 years of surveys by Christine Newell (volunteer) and Nick Millar (senior monitoring officer)
A look at how we are using new technology to help look after our reserves
A population of wild junipers in Bedfordshire has just been increased with the planting of six new trees
Helen Moore and the Ely Local Group have made a record count of green-winged orchids
At Bedfordshire's Kensworth Quarry work is ongoing to preserve and boost the county's last remaining juniper trees.
The importance of wildlife surveys and the vital support from volunteers
A panel at the 2016 Cambridge Science Festival discussed the question: What is Conservation? Brian reflects on some questions that came out of the discussion.