Can you find a corner of wildlife, whether in your garden, park or nature reserve to slow down and reconnect?
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As an ecology trainee in BBOWT’s Biodiversity team, one thing is for sure, no two days are ever quite the same!
"We approach the boxes quietly, treading carefully as we get closer so as not to alert any inhabitants of the box. There’s a great sense of anticipation; what will we find in this one!?…
Counting eggs is the most reliable way to monitor brown hairstreak populations, but can be an arduous task given their relatively tiny size.
All life on earth is linked in weird and mysterious ways. Symbiotic relationships between seemingly unrelated species are intriguing, fascinating and unpredictable.
Maybe listening to that gremlin inside me was already reaping rewards...with a bit of luck, a bit of risk taking, and the Wildlife Trust being accustomed to people wanting a switch in direction, I…
Mark Bradfield, Community Wildlife Manager in Oxon, looks back on how he changed careers, became a Conservation Trainee and gained his dream job with the Wildlife Trust
Sarah McAuliffe, volunteer stock watcher and wildlife conservation trainee, gets up close and personal with our cattle and sheep