Chris Farthing gives his latest update on recent bird highlights at Woodberry Wetlands.
Botanist-in-learning Amanda Tuke navigates her way through the identification of wildflower look-a-likes.
For many, moths are seen as simply too plain to catch the eye in a fast-paced city where flashiness and bright colours are synonymous with beauty. What many don’t realise is that alongside the…
Chris Farthing gives his latest update on recent bird highlights at Woodberry Wetlands
Hi everyone, my name is Frankie and I welcome you to my birding blog, here I’ll talk to you about my time bird watching and show you five of my best bird photos.
Have you ever seen a rock or bit of wood that looks like it has gone a bit mouldy? Chances are it is covered in lichen! Today, let’s learn about what lichen is and where you can find it.
Did you know that London is almost 50% green and blue space? Can the city rebrand its urban environment as a National Park to create a health and ecosystem benefits?
Often portrayed as cunning thieves that are up to nothing but trouble, are foxes really that bad or have we been a bit harsh on our little red co-inhabitants?
I’ve always been interested in capturing wildlife moments through photography and one of my personal goals for this Traineeship was to identify five new animal or plant species a week. I’m a very…
The Natural History Museum's Biodiversity Officer Katy Potts tells us more about an exciting new survey method being used for the Brilliant Butterflies project.