Our input into an update of the formal guidance planners should use to protect our ancients could lead to instant changes.
Carved poles fashioned from solid British oak have started to spring up at key sites across the UK, conveying a clear message – the Principles of the Tree Charter must not be forgotten. (Photo: WTML)
Cat McNicol is investigating how pine martens may influence the behaviour and impact of invasive grey squirrels in woodland.
If someone showed you a seed from a common UK tree, could you tell which tree it was from? Find out more about seven common UK tree seeds.
It’s National Tree Week – the annual opportunity to remind everyone in society that trees make our lives better, but only if we stand up for them. Find out what’s special about the first NTW since the launch of the Tree Charter, and how you can get involved.
There are a staggering 27,000 types of insect in the UK. Some can be tricky to tell apart, even for the experts. Here we look at some of our most commonly encountered insect groups and the clues we need to look for to help narrow them down.