Whitley Awards seek to fund Global South conservationists often shut out from environmental funding
Did you know that half of all British butterflies are now on the Red List, which means they’re either threatened or ‘near threatened’ with extinction? In this guest blog Wildlife expert Sean McMenemy director at Ark Wildlife shares his tips for attracting butterflies for this year’s ‘Big Butterfly Count’, which runs until August 7…
Black-tailed godwits are categorised as near threatened in the IUCN Red List. The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust and RSPB have been pioneering conservation efforts to save them.
An exciting new GCSE in Natural History will officially be introduced by September 2025, an announcement from Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi confirmed today.
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…
One of the okapi’s most unusual features is its black tongue. In this guest post, David Crespo shares his theory on why the okapi’s tongue is this unusual colour…
Meet the world’s rarest wolves. Found in the highlands of Ethiopia, in a handful of mountain ranges at altitudes between 3,000m and 4,700m, the Ethiopian wolves number just 500 in global population.