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WCRA & SWT tackle pond and litter problems

On Saturday 27th October WCRA with support from Surrey Wildlife Trust carried out a day of action to improve Westfield Common.

Bee Swarm: What To Do If You Spot One

Just get on the phone to the Isle of Wight Bee Keepers Association if you spot a swarm of bees.

Badger spotting opportunities in Dalby

Nature fans are being offered a close encounter with badgers deep in Dalby Forest. Mystery tours led by Scarborough expert Jane Payne begin in mid-...

Still time to build a Spotted Flycatcher nest box

It’s not too late…if you're quick…..to build a nest box for the Spotted Flycatcher. They will be arriving back from Africa into Ryedale this week a...

Still time to build a Spotted Flycatcher nest box

It’s not too late…if you're quick…..to build a nest box for the Spotted Flycatcher. They will be arriving back from Africa into Ryedale this week a...

Still time to build a Spotted Flycatcher nest box

It’s not too late…if you're quick…..to build a nest box for the Spotted Flycatcher. They will be arriving back from Africa into Ryedale this week a...

Injured fox in Surbiton

A badly injured fox has been spotted in the scrubland around Surbiton Plaza. read more

Helmsley's new International Birds of Prey Centre starting to take shape

In this film Charlie Heap, who is heading up the development up at Duncombe Park, describes the building works that are currently taking place on s...

Local event: Discovering Wass Natural History Weekend - 27-29 April

You might be interested in this varied weekend of events taking place in nearby Wass at the end of this month. A programme of talks, walks and exhi...

FoMBL Spring meeting: 19 Mar at 7:30pm

The Friends of the Meadows & Bruntsfield Links are holding their Spring meeting in the Lauriston Hall of the Lauriston Jesu...

Local Deer – tell us your experiences? Map_icon

WILD DEER existing almost on your doorstep – this is an endearing part (no pun intended!) of living within the Holderness area. But local and...

Isle of Wight Honey Show Returns Next Month

Free entry to the IW Honey Show where there'll be plenty of beekeepers on hand to answer questions from anyone interested in keeping bees and sugge...

Hare today gone tomorrow

The brown hares have been spotted again in recent weeks and this time at much closer quarters.  One of them came into the garden through the hedge...

Good news for Chale Community: Funding Boosts Community Learning

A grant helps fund community learning courses in Chale, why not try felt making, Christmas crafts, computer training or nature walks.

Wightlink/Natural England Spat: Round Three

He said, she said, will we be able to get to the bottom of this all?

Natural England Dispute Wightlink Claims

Natural England say they did not propose the reduction in ferry crossings to 16,500 per annum claimed by Wightlink

Shrewsbury man arrested for keeping twenty seven birds of prey captive

A Shrewsbury man was arrested today during an operation involving West Mercia Police, the RSPCA and officers from the National Wildlife Crime Unit.

Making It Easier To Indentify Wildlife

New wildlife interpretation board unveiled in Freshwater by the Freshwater Village Association

Caerphilly photographer highly commended in Photographer of the Year competition

A Caerphilly photographer has been highly commended for his work. Andy Rouse’s photograph of Akarevuro, a young mountain gorilla, has earned ...

Freshwater Harbour: ‘Wrapped Up In Three Months’, Says Cameron (video)

Video of public meeting to discuss the idea of a harbour in Freshwater Bay and interviews by Joe Briscoe

Hare Today, Gone Tomorrow

The brown hares have been spotted again in the fields behind our house since it’s last mowing. One found it’s way into the back garden...

Wildlife photographer to give talk at the Lichfield Garrick

Award-winning photographer Paul Goldstein is set to explain more about his career in a talk at the Lichfield Garrick. Organised by Lichfield Camera...

Porpoise Rescue Attempt Near Grange Farm Beach

After a live stranded adult female Harbour porpoise has been found by a member of the public, Island rescue sprang into action

A request for help from Ella aged 12

My name is Ella Cunnison, I am 12 years old, and I have been a member of a wildlife group in Norton in North Yorkshire. We are a local group of you...

Shooting company fined over damage to Farndale

A field sports company has been fined £40,000 after damaging part of the North York Moors National Park. The prosecution, brought by Natural Engla...

Isle of Wight Waters To Become Marine Conservation Zone

Waters around the Island recommended by Marine Conservation Society to become new nature reserves

Great pictures, shame about the presentation

Every year, my partner and I try to visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition. The pictures are always inspiring, even if you’re not...

Fantasy comes to Dalby Forest

A fairy tale world is being been created in the heart of Yorkshire’s biggest forest – thanks to the timeless skills of carvers, iron workers an...

Vote for improvements to St. John’s church grounds

Vote for Newsome Ward Community Forum on the CommunityForce web site and we could get a grant to help us improve the church grounds in Newsome vill...

Nantwich Museum awards ceremony for wildlife winners

An awards ceremony is to be held at Nantwich Museum for the winners of the Young Wildlife Photographer competition run with Stapeley Grange Wildlif...

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