Wildlife

100 rare species will be at risk if the government scraps EU law protecting habitats, charities warn
Biodiversity

100 rare species will be at risk if the government scraps EU law protecting habitats, charities warn

They include bats, otters and hazel dormice.

How to respect the environment when wild swimming
Wild swimming

How to respect the environment when wild swimming

Wild swimming has seen an explosion of interest in recent years. But how can you make sure you’re keeping the environment safe?

Does the Queen really own all the swans?
jubilee 2022

Does the Queen really own all the swans?

Swans get royal protection but they’re not the only wildlife claimed by Her Majesty.

How you can help boost bee and butterfly populations with a new government app
Biodiversity

How you can help boost bee and butterfly populations with a new government app

Exclusive: The UK’s rarest and most threatened wildlife sites are not being protected properly
Nature conservation

Exclusive: The UK’s rarest and most threatened wildlife sites are not being protected properly

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Why you should stop mowing your lawn to help the bees
Biodiversity

Why you should stop mowing your lawn to help the bees

Why I left my job and opened a forest school
Environment

Why I left my job and opened a forest school

Government ignores scientific advice to approve bee-harming pesticide
Biodiversity

Government ignores scientific advice to approve bee-harming pesticide

The smell of Christmas trees is not just a portal to the past, but a path to a better future
David George Haskell

The smell of Christmas trees is not just a portal to the past, but a path to a better future

Artist creates stunning wildlife collages using scraps of The Big Issue
Art

Artist creates stunning wildlife collages using scraps of The Big Issue

Here’s how to take part in this winter’s Great British owl survey
Environment

Here’s how to take part in this winter’s Great British owl survey

How to photograph your local wildlife | Chris Packham
Life

How to photograph your local wildlife | Chris Packham