A hiber-what-culum? A hibernaculum is a lovely warm, sheltered place where reptiles and amphibians can hibernate the winter away safely.
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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?
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…
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…
Chat Moss birding legend, Dave Steel, shares why he loves our mosslands.
Lowland peatland habitats are a piece of living history. From the ice age to the present day, let's take a look at how these special habitats formed over 10,000 years ago.