Woodland Trust Blog
Learn how to identify five of the most common butterflies in the UK and join this year's Big Butterfly Count to help combat the figures which show a decline in butterfly numbers by a quarter since the 1970s
In the campaigning bible, one of the best ways to tell that a cause is resonating with the wider world is when people start telling you about something you have been working on for some time. Smithy Wood is an example of this.
A cold damp spring may have exposed Britain’s blackthorn trees to fungal infection – and that could mean sloe berries are in short supply this autumn.
Following the EU referendum result we continue our series of blogs on how to secure a safer future for woods and trees in the UK.
Autumn 2015 was memorable for stormy wet weather, and remarkably early 'spring' sightings seen in December. Find out how your records compare to previous years.
The Government asked in its letter if the recipient would consider withdrawing their objection to the scheme and gave a number of reasons why the destruction of ancient woodland would be okay. We hope you'll uphold your objection.
Yn y llythyr, fe ofynnodd y Llywodraeth a fydden ni’ n ystyried tynnu yn ôl ein gwrthwynebiad i'r cynllun, gan roi nifer o resymau pam y byddai’n berffaith iawn i ddinistrio coetir hynafol fel hyn. Rydyn yn gobeithio na fydd gwrthwynebwyr yn gwneud hyn.
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