Woodland Trust Blog
In a change from our usual transport challenges, this month we have two cases where farms have been proposed right next to ancient woodland.
Ever wondered where insects go in winter? Find out where different species of bee and other species of insect go when the weather gets cold, and when to spot them emerging.
The Woodland Wildlife Toolkit allows wood owners and wildlife enthusiasts to easily search for important wildlife likely to be in or near a woodland.
A sure sign of the start of spring is the sight of blue tits zipping back and forth to nest boxes, beaks full of moss. Find out when, where and how long blue tits nest, when their chicks fledge, and how important it is that they time things just right.
Roosting is another word for when birds settle down to rest or sleep. Find out which roosting birds you might spot when out and about.
Have you ever seen a huge wasp when out working in the garden or visiting the woods? If so, it's likely you'll have spotted a queen wasp: the leader of the colony, a skillful builder and an egg-laying machine.
Did you see a stoat on your last woodland walk? Or perhaps it was a weasel? Our guide will help you to tell these pint-sized predators apart. We also take a look at some of the other related species found here in the UK.
We’re working with the Royal Town Planning Institute to help planners understand the value of ancient woods and trees and how they can help.