Woodland Trust Blog
In the UK, approximately half of our bird species migrate. Do you know when to expect them?
Today is World Mental Health Day: a day to show your support for better mental health and raise awareness of mental health problems. It's also a great day to encourage people to take more care of their own mental wellbeing. One way to do this couldn't be simpler: get outdoors!
In this month’s campaign update we’ll touch on some changes to planning law we all need to be aware of.
We took the vision of the Northern Forest to the Labour party conference in Liverpool and were delighted by the support and enthusiasm it attracted from delegates and top politicians.
Councils are getting a bad reputation for managing urban trees, but it’s not always fair. Find out how Wrexham is demonstrating good practice, care and appreciation of its street trees.
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.
As climate change hampers hay production, we’re working with Scottish crofters to explore whether tree fodder could be an alternative winter feed.