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Osprey egg raid attempts by pine marten discovered

by George Anderson, PR & Communications Officer - Scotland on 15 July 2019

New footage has revealed this year’s osprey chicks survived two close shaves with a tenacious pine marten while still in their eggs.

Beech tree facts: purple leaves, rippled bark and more

by Emilie Bonnevay, Public Enquiries Officer on 15 July 2019

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.

Butterfly and moth on a purple flower

How to make a butterfly house: a step by step guide

by Rachel Hoskins, Content Editor on 12 July 2019

Follow our easy guide to DIY your own butterfly house! It doesn't take long and supports your local pollinators.

Foraging in July: nature's best summer food for foraging

by Helen Keating, Content Manager on 03 July 2019

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.

Calling for change at the lobby for climate, nature and people

by Naomi Tilley, Assistant Campaigner – Policy and Advocacy on 02 July 2019

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.

What is growing on my tree? Black spots, galls, mildew and algae

by Emilie Bonnevay, Public Enquiries Officer on 27 June 2019

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.

Broadleaf's summer issue is out now

by Kit Buchan, Assistant Editor - Broadleaf Magazine on 26 June 2019

A buzzing new Broadleaf comes in to land this week, packed with inspiring news and features about the nation's woods and wildlife.

Free Writing Friday in the forest

by Cressida Cowell, guest blogger on 25 June 2019

Author-illustrator Cressida Cowell offers tips on how to get creative in nature for her new school campaign, Free Writing Friday.

Top 10 coastal woods in the UK

by Sharon Wennekers, Social Media Manager on 18 June 2019

Bats, rare butterflies, dinosaur footprints and even the roar of a whirlpool – these coastal woods are just waiting for you to visit.

Campaigns update: Wales celebrates as M4 development is refused

by Naomi Tilley, Assistant Campaigner – Policy and Advocacy on 10 June 2019

Ancient woodland in Wales has been saved from the proposed M4 relief road thanks to huge public outcry.