Road networks are emptying during lockdown. What does it mean for wildlife now and in the future?
Domestic gardens offer an oasis for urban wildlife, and are a sight for sore eyes during lockdown.
While many plant species fail to germinate, some mammals may wake up to a landscape devoid of prey.
While many surveys show the numbers of wildlife falling, there is good news for some species – including pondskaters and various mosses and lichen.
Sweeping changes are in store for British farming, but they're not guaranteed to benefit struggling ecosystems.
Major new 'State of Nature' report shows wildlife numbers still falling but conservation measures can work.
Camera traps allow citizen scientists to peek into the hidden lives of Britain's mammals.
Computer modelling has confirmed that Scotland's West coast could support and sustain a reintroduced lynx population.
The 1967 Forestry Act is a barrier to integrated forest management in England & Wales.
It's a bumper year for lizards, a mixed bag for butterflies and a dismal time for frogs and toads ...
As ponds dry up, so too does our connection to nature.
How will important habitats recover from the wildfires which been blazing through moorland in northern England?
The recent escape of Lilith the Lynx has got people wondering – and the truth is out there.