Lakes, rivers, canals and streams are brimming with wildlife to discover!
If you are lucky enough to have a garden with a lawn, May is a great month to let your garden grow, leave your lawn mower in the shed and let nature do its thing
The life cycle of a frog is an extraordinary; they undergo an astonishing transformation, known as 'metamorphosis', as they grow from frogspawn to adult frogs.
Kelly Hollings, Restoring Ratty Project Officer for Northumberland Wildlife Trust, explores the habits of these much-loved mammals.
How do you tell one owl from another? Here’s our guide to the five species you’re likely to spot in the UK!
In the fifth of a series of Action for Insects blogs, Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust volunteer and amateur entomologist Kate Nightingale explains how invertebrates help clean up dead…
‘The only reason I am a Green Influencer is because I want the next generation to live in a non-polluted world. It is important to protect the environment, because there is no second one to go to…
Have you spotted any mysterious tracks or unexplained droppings? Solve the case with some tips from Darren Tansley, the Mammal Detective.
Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust volunteer and amateur entomologist Kate Nightingale highlights some common insects you may spot in October. This is the third in a series of Action for…
Conservation Officer Chris Hill shares his knowledge on warblers that can be spotted at Cossington Meadows Nature Reserve and includes his knowledge on the life of sedge warblers.