It's that time of year again! Wasps are gatecrashing barbecues and picnics up and down the country in search of sweet treats - but what are the use of these pesky party poopers?
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During hot weather we need to consider water for wildlife as well as people.
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…
The orange-tip butterfly (Anthocharis cardamines) is present throughout Surrey and is one of our most widespread and earliest emerging butterflies.
Ivy has had a long-standing association with winter celebrations throughout history, like holly, a splash of evergreen colour in a landscape that may appear otherwise lifeless.
One of our most distinctive winter plants, holly has a long-standing association with Christmas, but is also an important source of food and shelter for wildlife during the harsh winter months.…
Together we can help our hogs by checking bonfires before their are lit