Woodland Trust Blog
Explore the world of foraging with these top wild fungi picking and cooking tips. Here are five edible fungi that are easy to identify.
Autumn is the most spectacular season thanks to our deciduous trees. But why is autumn colour better some years than others? Find out why.
They may be small and sour, but you can make some amazing recipes with crab apples. They are usually cooked first and have a terrific tart and tangy flavour. Try these three recipes.
Redwings and fieldfares start their journey south in September, so it’s time to keep your eyes peeled for the first arrivals. Check out our ID tips and tell us what you see and you could help scientists with their studies on how climate change is affecting nature.
Sloes are a traditional berry to be harvesting at this time of year. Here are our top picking tips and easy sloe gin recipe. It takes a couple of months to mature, so if you make it soon it'll be ready by mid winter.
Did you know that habitat fragmentation is one of the greatest threats to wildlife globally? Find out what it means and how it affects UK species like the dormouse.