Speculation and the importance of data

Posted 14th June 2018 - So far, 2018 has provided us with lots to talk about, but is there cause for concern?Read more

Garden warblers are losing their scrub habitat

Posted 13th June 2018 - Garden warblers prefer thick scrub, which is dying out in our tidy countrysideRead more

LEAF Open Farm Sunday on 10th June 2018

Posted 6th June 2018 - Visit a farm on Open Farm Sunday on 10th June and discover the world of farmingRead more

Egg rescue helps boost population of rare bird

Posted 5th June 2018 - Conservationists have helped boost the population of a rare wading birdRead more

The bloody truth about conservation

Posted 29th May 2018 - The bloody truth about conservationRead more

Cat lovers at Google cause bird depopulation

Posted 29th May 2018 - Cat lovers at Google are to blame for dwindling burrowing owl populationRead more

Blackbirds build 10 nests in Cumbria

Posted 29th May 2018 - Single pair of Blackbirds build 10 nests along a ladder on CumbriaRead more

New initiative may help to boost red squirrel numbers

Posted - 22nd May 2018 Research shows pine martens positive effect on red squirrel numbersRead more

Housebuilders building for nature

Posted 21st May 2018 - New projects by housebuilders aiming to boost falling numbers of wildlifeRead more

Parents time their workload to reduce danger

Posted 22nd May 2018 - Synchronisation of parental behaviours reduces the risk of nest predation in a socially monogamous passerine birdRead more

Stone curlew eggs stolen from Cavenham Heath reserve

Posted 15th May 2018 - Police involved in protected stone curlew egg theftRead more

Sometimes we must kill animals to be kind

Posted 11th May 2018 - If the island of South Georgia can eradicate rats we should be able to do the same with grey squirrels and urban foxesRead more