A new set of Wild Guides have been published by Princeton Press. I will be reviewing the new guides this week. Today – Europe’s Dragonflies
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A new set of Wild Guides have been published by Princeton Press. I will be reviewing the new guides this week. Today - Britain's Spiders
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…
The end of summer is fast approaching and we are seeing the new queen and male bumblebees in our gardens regularly now. New social wasp queens are appearing and male wasps will follow in the next…
Is it that time of year already? As we move into July the early spring bees have finished their work and we start to see solitary wasps with more frequency and will start to see new queen…
How well do you know your caterpillars? Take our quiz and see if you can match each wiggly larva to its adult form.
Karen McCartney shares some more bee and wasp species to be on the look out for as we enter summer.
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.
As we move into May and late spring we will start to see the first tiny workers of our early spring bumblebees. Karen McCartney gives us some species to look out for.
Feisty and ferocious, dragonflies easily top their mythical counterparts when it comes to predatory prowess.