You may have heard of 30 Days Wild through social media; you may even follow the hashtag: #30DaysWild, but if you’ve yet to get involved, or you’d like some fresh ideas for how to take part this year, here’s all you need to know…
An exciting new GCSE in Natural History will officially be introduced by September 2025, an announcement from Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi confirmed today.
It’s the ideal time to support our nesting bird species. For this guest blog post, Sean McMenemy from Ark Wildlife explains how we can help our feathered friends
I’m delighted to share that, the Eastern Daily Press was kind enough to dedicate an entire double page spread to sharing the story of our ‘Connections With Nature’ book!
This World Pangolin Day, I’m pleased to be exploring the role of creative storytelling through design, fashion and technology.
I’ve teamed up with wildlife photographer and blogger Margaret Weiss to collate our personal top 10 reasons to love this ‘unlovable’ rogue of the bird world; the vulture. It’s time we recognised these birds as the important ecosystem balancers that they are. It’s time we valued vultures.
I’m so pleased to share that our ‘Connections With Nature’ books have made it to Talek Mixed Day and Boarding School in the Maasai Mara.
At the end of my 10th year of being a wildlife blogger at ‘Kate on Conservation’ blog, I’m sharing a letter to my younger self with a few important reflections…
Recently, The Wildlife Blogger Crowd had the incredible opportunity to chat with Will Travers OBE about ‘The Power of Storytelling for Conservation’. Watch back here.
More than just a book, the ‘Connections With Nature’ project has been about connecting people from the start; giving our community members a platform for sharing their stories and the public a chance to share in our enthusiasm for nature and wildlife — perhaps even becoming inspired to build some connections of their own. Here are some of our highlights from the last couple of months…