Why, when they look so pretty, do we mow our meadows in late-summer? Pete explains the importance of this traditional management for wildlife
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Wasps are more than just a nuisance at picnics – like bees, they do a lot for humans as pollinators, and also as pest controllers. Here are 10 fascinating facts about wasps!
Look out for these species in your garden and local green spaces this month
Encouraging your local community to appreciate and record the wildlife on their doorstep is one way to help protect and restore the natural world. Benson Nature Group share their activities to…
With more time, and a clamouring for adventure, I’ve discovered that one of the most rewarding ways to visit a reserve is by walking to it.
Grassland and heathland are buzzing at this time of year, but is it a grasshopper or a cricket you can see? Get some top tips to work it out!
Small, brown, fast-moving and active in the dark – all reasons why for too many years people have misunderstood or even feared these fascinating creatures that live so close to us, yet have such…
With volunteer work parties cancelled for the time being but lockdown restrictions easing, Charlotte Karmali, volunteer warden at Finemere Wood, tells of being able to return to her haven.
While the world has been in lockdown, some essential work on our nature reserves has had to continue as Lucy explains.
Get some top tips for telling the difference between dragons and damsels