Charlotte Karmali brings the latest news from the volunteers at Finemere Wood.
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Worms are an easily overlooked part of the garden – they’re underground after all. But a garden with a healthy worm population is the starting point to one that’s alive with wildlife!
Every autumn, headlines warn about spiders invading our homes. But what’s the real story with our eight-legged neighbours?
Leaves are changing colour and migrant birds are arriving; all signalling autumn is here. Find out which wildlife to look for this month.
July and August were a whirl of supporting the Wild Parishes webinars and enjoying spending one day a week on site visits and working from College Lake. It’s the small things that count…
Over the past 10 years volunteers at Letcombe Valley nature reserve have worked hard to create a haven for wildlife and people at the heart of their community
With regular volunteer work parties cancelled for the time being, but restrictions easing, Charlotte Karmali, volunteer warden at Finemere Wood, tells of being able to return to her haven.
As trees shed their leaves, a bounty of berries is revealed - a vital resource for many birds and small mammals through the winter.
Oak apples, robin's pincushions, witches' brooms - there are thousands of types of gall caused by insects and fungi. It's a fascinating little world to explore!
Autumn is the perfect time to look for fungi, but what hides beneath the towering toadstools?