A hiber-what-culum? A hibernaculum is a lovely warm, sheltered place where reptiles and amphibians can hibernate the winter away safely.
Have you made the switch to peat-free compost? But where else hidden peat could be lurking in some of your home and garden favourites?
Going 100 per cent peat-free is an amazing step that you can make to help support our environment and fight climate change. Here’s how to do it.
Peatlands - boggy desolate wastelands, or climate change crushing, biodiversity boosting, flood fighting, super habitats?
Communications Officer, Jenny, has just moved into a new house, but what will her new garden have in store?
Day three of my Wild Walk Week mossy meanders included a visit to Winmarleigh Moss near Garstang to get involved in a bit of peatland science in action, and discover more about how our peatlands…
My second mossy meander as part of Wild Walk Week took me to Heysham Moss, where I discovered a secret world of botanical wonders.
The first day of my Wild Walk Week mossy meanders took me to Astley and Highfield Moss where I threw the world's fastest creature into a pond!
Wildlife-friendly gardening is such a wonderful way to support everything from bees to butterflies, lizards to ladybirds and hedgehogs to house sparrows. But unless you have also gone peat-free…
Locally known as the Manchester argus, habitat destruction forced the large heath butterfly into extinction across Greater Manchester well over 100 years ago, but through our Species…