Josh explains why conservationists continue the centuries-old task of coppicing and the benefits it has for wildlife
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"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.
Take a virtual stroll around Letcombe Valley nature reserve and discover the wildlife along this rare chalk stream
Charlotte Karmali brings the latest news from the volunteers at Finemere Wood
The volunteers at Dancersend pause on Remembrance Sunday to remember the fallen.
Imagine that it’s a balmy late afternoon in July with the warmth from the sun bathing the quilt-like landscape below. A walk along the edge of a wooded scene offers rays of sunshine bursting…