A report published by our partner organisation the People's Trust for Endangered Species has revealed that Britain’s native hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) has declined by a third since the start of the 21st century.
The Wildlife Trusts have recently published a short guide to Local WIldlife Sites. These sites, although often small, are a vital part of our ecological networks, but often go unnoticed. Find out why they are important here!
A record of a non-native crab found at Colne Point in Essex in 2011 has been confirmed as the first known UK record of Hemigrapsus takanoi, a shore crab native to the Western Pacific.
A Focus on Nature, the UK's youth nature network, has published a report setting out how young people would like the world to look by 2050. The Vision for Nature report summarises the views of young people gathered from social media, interviews, online surveys and focus groups.
More than 25,000 mature native oysters have been reintroduced to an Essex estuary by the Essex Native Oyster Restoration Initiative (ENORI) - in an attempt to restore a nationally important breeding population that once supported hundreds of fishermen.