Woodland Trust Blog
Stinging nettles can be a hazard on summer walks. Learn why these plants inflict their itchy stings and whether dock leaves really do help.
If you want to dip your toe into the world of foraging, elderflowers are a great place to start. Get our top identification tips, along with ideas and recipes on how to use elderflower.
From fluffy bumblebees to pint-sized mining bees, we take a look at the key characteristics of some of our most common species.
Invasive species have a huge impact on the environment and wildlife, are costly to the economy, and can even pose a risk to our health and way of life. Find out how you can help during Invasive Species Week 2019.
Did you know the robins in your garden might not always be from the UK? Find out when robins – and other unexpected garden birds – migrate to and from our shores.
Find out which wild plants you can forage in May. Learn about edible plants with our quick identification guide and tips on how to find, eat and prepare them.
We’ve had another jam-packed month with some promising council decisions on ancient woods and trees. But with new issues arising regularly, there’s still a lot to be done.
From the dainty muntjac to the mighty red stag, the UK is home to six species of wild deer. Learn more about these fascinating creatures.