BBOWT volunteer recorder, Sue Taylor takes a closer look some of the first insects of the year, distinctly furry little flies
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BBOWT volunteer recorder, Sue Taylor takes a closer look at the life beneath our feet and finds a hidden world
In autumn and winter you can see large, mixed flocks of thrushes feeding in fields and hedgerows. Here's how to tell the difference between two of our winter visitors.
Love is in the air in February! Listen out for birds singing and look out for early spring flowers
If there’s a pond, lake or river in your local green space, why not get out and see what kinds of diving ducks you can spot?
From early spring flowers and farmland birds to frosty footprints there’s plenty to look out for this month.
Have a wilder Christmas with our nature challenge for all the family
Local artist, Diana Bell used lockdown as an opportunity to paint her local wildlife and nature reserves, creating a beautiful record of the nature that she's seen this year.
Charlotte Karmali brings the latest news from the volunteers at Finemere Wood.
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!