Kay Haw has 55 items in their collection
Hedgehog numbers halved since millennium
Blog post By Kay Haw, 7 February 2018, Wildlife & nature
Hedgehogs are a woodland edge species that also make use of hedgerows and suburban gardens. A new report says Britain has lost half its hedgehogs in less than two decades.
Wood Wise - nature inspires education
Publication By Kay Haw, Karen Hornigold, Journal (Wood Wise), 11 December 2017, Health and well-being, Access and recreation, Communities
This issue focuses on how we can educate and inspire the environmental guardians and conservationists of the future.
Invasive non-native species in the UK: how you can help
Blog post By Kay Haw, 10 October 2017, Threats, Volunteering, Wildlife & nature
Invasive non-native species are one of the biggest threats to Earth’s biodiversity. Increasing our awareness and preventing their establishment and growth can help prevent damage to our environment.
Wood Wise - beguiling beetles
Publication By Kay Haw, Karen Hornigold, Journal (Wood Wise), 21 July 2017, Ancient trees, Wood pasture, Non-native and invasive species
This issue provides fascinating insights into the beetles found in woodlands, wood pasture and parkland.
Wood Wise - Beyond the Woods
Publication By Kay Haw, Karen Hornigold, Journal (Wood Wise), 28 March 2017, Hedges and hedgerow trees, Biodiversity, conservation and wildlife, Tree pests and diseases
This issue explores the importance of trees outside woods for people, wildlife and the environment.
Wood Wise - seeds of hope
Publication By Kay Haw, Journal (Wood Wise), 17 November 2016, Biodiversity, conservation and wildlife, Climate change
This issue explores the genetic diversity in native trees and shrubs, and how to safeguard genetic resources for the future...
Seeding excellent volunteers
Blog post By Kay Haw, 30 August 2016, Volunteering, Wildlife & nature
Our work is enriched and extended by the fantastic volunteers that give so much time and energy to the cause. Together with all our supporters we strive to safeguard the future of the UK’s woods and trees – united as one under a banner of leaves.
Blog post By Kay Haw, 16 August 2016, Wildlife & nature
From the prickly to the pretty, and the furry to the furtive (and of course all these combined), the summer 2016 issue of Wood Wise looks at the marvellous mammals that live in our woods.
Wood Wise - marvellous mammals
Publication By Kay Haw, Journal (Wood Wise), 20 July 2016, Biodiversity, conservation and wildlife
Mammals are our closest living relatives and we share similar traits...
Explaining wildlife crime: World Environment Day
Blog post By Kay Haw, 3 June 2016,
Our sadly dwindling numbers of wildlife often have a tough time surviving in decreasing amounts of increasingly unhealthy habitat. So they need all the help they can get from us, including keeping our eyes open for and reporting crimes against them.