I have always loved nature and the outdoors! As a child I used to love exploring the wildlife in my garden at home and going on walking holidays to the Yorkshire dales with my family. I have recently graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a degree in Biology and I am now volunteering for the Conservation department at the Woodland Trust.
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why plants are important
Blog post By Eleanor Clark, 17 April 2018, Wildlife & nature
Plants are an essential resource; we rely on them for food, water, medicine, the air we breathe, habitat and our climate.
All about blue tits
Blog post By Eleanor Clark, 9 April 2018, Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do
Blue tits can be seen all year round across the UK. Find out more about what they get up to in spring and how you can help scientists by recording their activities.
difference between wood and forest
Blog post By Eleanor Clark, 21 March 2018,
As we celebrate International Day of Forests, learn the difference between woods and forests and why they're both so important.
Early spring flowers: flowering plants and shrubs
Blog post By Eleanor Clark, 26 January 2018, Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do
With spring just around the corner, here are some of the early spring flowers to look for.
Alternative charity gifts for Christmas
Blog post By Eleanor Clark, 9 December 2017, Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
As the festive season draws nearer, check out our alternative gifts that will both delight recipients and help to protect woodlands in the UK.
Planting fruit trees
Blog post By Eleanor Clark, 8 November 2017, Wildlife & nature, Tree planting
Learn how to choose the best fruit tree for you and your garden, when and where to plant them and the benefits they bring for wildlife.
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