This year’s cold spring weather has delayed the flowing of many wild flowers and in the case of our four common buttercup species, it has provided a great opportunity to see them all flowering at…
Spring is a wonderful time to get out into our local countryside and Roundton Hill is a great place to visit, but you need to look carefully to find its treasures
Sometimes in life you come across people you just can’t help but be inspired by. That’s certainly the case when you meet Llanidloes man, Phil Stallard!
Ponds are great for encouraging biodiversity in the garden and in early spring are the perfect place to watch toads and newts
We tend to think of winter as a difficult time for our local wildlife but in reality, they have evolved to cope with it rather well. In this blog I consider how the different creatures in our…
In her first blog, Tammy urges us to re-think our relationship with hedgerows
We tend to become aware of fungi when we see mushrooms and toadstools in the autumn but they are present all around us and play a vital and complex role in maintaining the ecosystem.
The end of summer brings many changes to a wildlife garden and an opportunity to reflect on how it is managed
An account of how changes to a meadow to encourage wildflowers has made it a butterfly haven in the summer
The recent lock-down has given an opportunity to explore our local environment and more time to reflect on how we can enhance it