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Holly is currently on a traineeship with us, monitoring wildlife across Shropshire.
In her inspiring blog, she describes how reconnecting with nature has helped her through difficult times…
The house martin is a common summer visitor to the UK, arriving in April and leaving in October. Sarah explains more about them below:
Feed the Birds is a project we have been running for several years. It connects those who are socially isolated with a volunteer who visits each week to top up bird feeders and chat about wildlife…
We’re living through an unusually stressful time, and many of the common coping mechanisms that people use – meeting with family, playing team sports, going out for a meal, booking a holiday – are…
Swifts epitomise British summertime with their screaming flight. But as fewer of these miraculous birds return to our skies each year, Sarah Gibson reveals how we can help them
As spring migrant birds start to arrive in Shropshire, we have time and opportunity to watch and listen for them.
Is there anyone out there who can come up with a plausible explanation for a little bird going from window to window seemingly trying to get in?
Our ‘Feed the Birds’ project provides a lifeline for people who are socially isolated or lonely. The Coronavirus crisis has thrown into the limelight the reality of having little or no day to day…
Dandelions get some bad press, but is it really warranted?
Sarah Gibson shares her fondness for a garden tree.