Woodland Trust Blog
Catkins are long slim clusters of tiny flowers. We take a look at which trees have them, why they grow and when you can see them.
We're celebrating a well-deserved award for threat detectors and continuing campaigns against three major infrastructure projects that threaten ancient woods.
Find out all about the meaning behind five festive facts and traditions.
Winter brings frosts, snow and bare branches and heralds the longest night of the year - the winter solstice. But what causes the solstice and how does this affect our native wildlife?
From red squirrel woodland to big skies dominated by golden eagles, Scotland's Caledonian adventures offer truly iconic wildlife and spectacular scenery. Here are eight of the best wildlife walks in the country.