This article in The Conversation (19 January 2022) explores how buildings can be adapted to provide homes for species such as swifts, and bees. Councils can do more to encourage developers to build sustainably and in nature-friendly ways (and this could include school buildings). NatureScot’s campaign also shows how you [...]
This Field Studies Council (FSC) blog includes an introduction to why management is needed for wildlife. Pete Boardman's talk delves into some specific examples of habitat management in the UK, primarily focused on invertebrates species.
This Natural England video (6 November 2021) introduces the challenges facing us in the UK through nature loss and the climate crisis. It showcases inspirational nature recovery projects from across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
A very active group of volunteers work every Saturday morning to improve Aberdeen’s local parks. This post by Scottish Pollinators (25 November 2021) describes how their gardening work has helped pollinators. Schoolchildren have also got involved – but the best bit for them is finding worms!
This article in The Conversation (29 November 2021) describe how the natural soundscape is changing. As spending time in nature helps human health and wellbeing, this has implications for the quality of our interaction with nature