Woodland Trust Blog
A substantial legacy from a long-term supporter has allowed Woodland Trust Scotland to buy the spectacular Ballathie Bluebell Wood in Perthshire. Now we plan to enhance and expand this woodland gem.
From fluffy bumblebees to pint-sized mining bees, we take a look at the key characteristics of some of our most common species.
Did you know that there are 47 ladybird species in the UK, or that we have 4,200 species of beetle? How about that 7% of all British native animals depend on dead or decaying wood at some point in their lives?
Can you help us name our war horse? If your name is chosen by our Guest of Honour, you will have made a lasting contribution towards our very special Wales First World War Centenary Wood.
Mae Coed Cadw, ar y cyd â’r cwmni JAM Creative, sydd wedi ennill gwobrau am eu gwaith, yn dod â thechnoleg newydd i goetir hynafol gydag App cyffrous newydd, diolch i chwaraewyr y Loteri Cenedlaethol
The Woodland Trust, in conjunction with the award winning JAM Creative, have brought new technology to ancient woodland with the launch of an exciting new app, made possible thanks to support from National Lottery Players.
Ancient trees are our oldest, fattest and gnarliest trees. But what is ancient? And how long does it take for a tree to become ancient?
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