Wildlife & nature
In the UK, approximately half of our bird species migrate. Do you know when to expect them?
Today is World Mental Health Day: a day to show your support for better mental health and raise awareness of mental health problems. It's also a great day to encourage people to take more care of their own mental wellbeing. One way to do this couldn't be simpler: get outdoors!
Redwings and fieldfares start their journey south in September, so it’s time to keep your eyes peeled for the first arrivals. Check out our ID tips and tell us what you see and you could help scientists with their studies on how climate change is affecting nature.
The fortunes of some of our best loved wildlife are changing for the better. But that’s only half the story. Sadly, lots of our nation’s wonderful wildlife remains in serious trouble. With your help, there’s still time to save it.
Sloes are a traditional berry to be harvesting at this time of year. Here are our top picking tips and easy sloe gin recipe. It takes a couple of months to mature, so if you make it soon it'll be ready by mid winter.
Key areas of environmental legislation and protection will be affected by leaving the EU. But will our environment improve or deteriorate as a result?