Wildlife & nature
You can’t always see how trees react to damage, but two of their responses are particularly visible: burrs and bacterial tree ooze.
New footage has revealed this year’s osprey chicks survived two close shaves with a tenacious pine marten while still in their eggs.
Beech is one of our most popular trees. Here are our tips on how to identify them, why some may look a little different and other interesting facts.
Here are our top six wild edible plants to look out for in July with tips on what to look for and how to cook and eat them.
On 26 June, hundreds of our supporters joined us in Westminster at a mass lobby to demand action on climate change and strong environmental laws.
Trees can host a range of spots, patches, powders, lumps and bumps! Here’s our quick guide to some of the more common funguses, growths and colour changes.