Volunteers create a new sandy habitat at Priest Hill with the help of geological maps.
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Thousands of miles of wildlife-rich hedgerows criss-cross our country in a familiar and historical patchwork landscape.
Some say winter is lifeless. It’s anything but. It’s the toughest time of year, but even at this, the darkest, coldest and least promising time of year, life goes on.
Don’t tell me you’ve not seen any spiders lately, for it’s at this time of year they’re most visible.
When I first started working for the Surrey Wildlife Trust back in 2013, I remember sitting in stunned silence when an officer from the Environment Agency suggested that one day beavers could be…
Our rivers play host to a number of unwelcome invaders that have a negative effect on these delicate ecosystems.
Changing the fortunes of the UK’s threatened invertebrates
The yellow trumpets of daffodils brighten up the dullest spring day as they cluster together in gardens and roadsides during March and April. But these are often the planted or escaped garden…
Our brand new Leader of Outdoor Learning (Level 2) accredited course has just completed its first run and was a huge success! Laura Stone, our Outdoor Learning officer tells more...