Surrey Wildlife Trust has unveiled a giant 20-metre wide sandcastle for sand martins, tiny 12 centimetre brown and white birds, to welcome them back from Africa to nest at a Surrey nature reserve…
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Beetles are the unsung heroes of the garden and need our support urge The Wildlife Trusts and Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)
Building giant sandcastles to encourage sand martins to nest in Surrey nature reserve again after 25 years.
The Wildlife Trusts bring beavers back to five more counties this year – 20 years after they reintroduced the first beavers to Britain
Once Covid-19 restrictions allow, West Horsley Place will begin to work in partnership with SWT on a project to restore and renew hedgerows on the historic estate, helping to protect endangered…
Commencing on January 4th 2021 for four to six weeks
A River Mole Catchment Partnership project to restore the natural course of the Rye Brook, near Ashtead in Surrey, is helping to encourage brown trout upstream and capture flood waters.
30 by 30 is an “audacious and courageous” ambition
Environmental groups have come together to write a letter to the Environment Secretary calling for a ban on the use of peat in compost by 2025. Celebrity gardener, broadcaster and writer Monty Don…
One of UK’s Largest and Most Endangered Spiders
Rediscovered After More Than 20 Years