Our friends at Vine House Farm share their top tips for wildlife gardening this autumn!
What a month! August brought sultry, humid evenings as well as furious storms, and nature responded in-kind. As well as early fungi we had a few reserve firsts, plus lots of seasonal favourites.…
It’s safe to say it’s been a very strange year so far. We had to temporarily close our large reserves with car parks and visitor facilities, and still face uncertainty with staff on furlough and…
How well do you know your caterpillars? Take our quiz and see if you can match each wiggly larva to its adult form.
Some are bright and showy while others are subtle and delicate, but one thing’s for sure, all of the orchids found in our region are very special.
You don’t have to venture far to spot some really interesting and very cool wildlife. In fact, there are countless creatures you could find in your own home or garden.
You may have heard or even seen a cuckoo during spring, but have you seen a cuckoo bee? Learn all about these fascinating insects and pick up some handy ID tips.
Feisty and ferocious, dragonflies easily top their mythical counterparts when it comes to predatory prowess.
As the dark, cold days of winter finally start to fade, it’s time to head outside and enjoy nature’s wonderful signs of spring.
Any garden, no matter how big or small, can attract butterflies and moths. With gardens acting as important stepping stones between habitats, why not turn yours into a secret garden for insects?…