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Ten Meadow Wildlife Wonders – Meadow Pippit

Meadow pipit (c) Margaret Holland Wildlife wonders from magical meadows Attention-grabbing insects steal the show in summer – bright blue butterflies, burnished burnet moths and rattling grasshoppers – but how many of us look for other surprising stars of the sunshine? The Wildlife Trusts offer 10 top meadow and grassland ...read more →

Do you know a nature visionary?

Tony Juniper first recipient of the Charles Rothschild and Miriam Rothschild Medal   Do you know a nature visionary? I you do The Wildlife Trusts would like to hear from you.  Nominations are open for Rothschild award which recognises taking action for nature The people who have made our lives richer in nature through ...read more →

Ten Meadow Wildlife Wonders – Yellow Meadow Ant

  Yellow Meadow Ant - Meul-ARCO (c) (NaturePl) Wildlife wonders from magical meadows Attention-grabbing insects steal the show in summer – bright blue butterflies, burnished burnet moths and rattling grasshoppers – but how many of us look for other surprising stars of the sunshine? The Wildlife Trusts offer 10 top ...read more →

Vanishing Grasslands

New evidence of vanishing grasslands One of my first experiences with what was then called the Gloucestershire Trust for Nature Conservation (now the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust) was to witness the destruction of 60 acres of the finest Cotswold grassland by an owner who believed that ‘Cereal Quotas’ were imminent and ...read more →

The State of Nature Report

The State of Nature A collaboration between 25 UK conservation and research organisations Foreword by Sir David Attenborough President Royal Society of Widlife Trusts The islands that make up the United Kingdom are home to awonderful range of wildlife thatis dear to us all. From the hill-walker marvelling at an eagle ...read more →