During hot weather we need to consider water for wildlife as well as people.
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A guest blog by children's author Zanna Davidson on her wildlife adventures in the Surrey Hills during lockdown
With garden centres reopening from May 13th, follow our planting guide to create a garden that is blooming marvellous for bees and other pollinators.
Opinions are divided about insects. For some of us, insects are beautiful, fascinating, joyful creatures – their buzz or fluttering by a vital part of our spring and summer.
Often, if the subject of insects is raised, our instinct is to squirm. Insects don’t have the appeal of little hedgehogs snuggled in the autumn leaves or fox cubs playing in the grass, and yet…
Changing the fortunes of the UK’s threatened invertebrates
The orange-tip butterfly (Anthocharis cardamines) is present throughout Surrey and is one of our most widespread and earliest emerging butterflies.