Earth is a blue planet: oceans cover 71% of the Earth’s surface, contain 97% of all our planet’s water, and are home to a vast kaleidoscope of life.
September comes, and each morning finds skeins of mist and dew-spangled spider-silk hanging over the fields.
The hedgehog is one of Britain’s most popular mammals, but is threatened with extinction in the near future.
Spring rolls into summer, and on my patch, life picks up the pace.
Humans have caused many problems in the natural world. Here we explore some of conservation measures we can take to redress the balances we’ve upset, and undo the damage of exploitation.
What happens when things go wrong in the natural world?
Butterfly effect: a cumulatively large effect that a very small natural force may produce over a period of time Cover…
Moving on from pure ecology, we’re looking at conservation. Let’s find out what makes certain species particularly ‘important’
Northern woodlands have a different character to those of bucolic southern England: the trees a little more robust, the soil a little less accommodating, the whole landscape a little less human
All organisms need to move to survive, and a key part of survival is breeding, along with the many varieties of family life that come with it.