It has never been more important to make sure that your vote counts for wildlife
It's not just birds that are on the move, butterflies and moths are on the wing in early autumn. Here are a few species to look out for at the moment.
Autumn might mean the end of the breeding season for some but for bats it's just beginning
Peat extraction is one of the most damaging activities - for wildlife and the climate. Make sure to go peat-free in your garden and keep carbon in the ground
Grouse shooting begins again - why is more not being done to stop the illegal and needless persecution of raptors associated with grouse moors?
As part of our walks and tours programme we open a moth trap every Saturday morning - discover so much more about moths and insects and join us!
What better summer activity than a frog hunt?
How could you do more to help insects in your patch or garden?
Butterfly transects, and regular surveys, are an important way of monitoring trends in species.
Build a pond and help some of our more fearsome predators - dragonflies