Top Conservation Twitter Accounts to Follow in 2018 (Part 1)

Young Conservationists What a day! What a walk! An incredible day of solidarity, unity, friendship and peaceful purpose. My thoughts on my astonishing experience at the #PeoplesWalkForWildife It was life-changing … Continue reading Top Conservation Twitter Accounts to Follow in 2018 (Part 1)

Compassionate Conservation or admirable ignorance?

Compassionate Conservation is proposed as a “growing international movement that seeks to build the welfare of individual animals into conservation practice. Achieved by promoting change, acceptance and education to reduce … Continue reading Compassionate Conservation or admirable ignorance?

Researchers warn that bird feeders could aid the spread of disease

Diseases among bird populations are on the increase and, as a growing number of households take to feeding their garden birds, researchers have claimed that bird feeders are contributing to … Continue reading Researchers warn that bird feeders could aid the spread of disease

Hookpod: the best conservation initiative you may not have heard of

Invented by conservationists in collaboration with commercial fishermen, a new device is helping longline fishing vessels to be safer for seabirds. What is longline fishing and how does it endanger … Continue reading Hookpod: the best conservation initiative you may not have heard of

The North-West Rare Plant Initiative, a guest blog by Joshua Styles

The concept of island biogeography was first laid out by MacArther & Wilson (1967) in a book entitled ‘The Theory of Island Biogeography’. The concept was relatively simple in its … Continue reading The North-West Rare Plant Initiative, a guest blog by Joshua Styles

Great nature blogs to follow in 2018 (Part 1)

Why not also check out my Top Conservation Twitter Accounts to Follow in 2018…. Thinking Country, by Ben Eagle Ben’s blog is fast becoming my go-to resource for unbiased, pragmatic … Continue reading Great nature blogs to follow in 2018 (Part 1)

We really must rethink the bonkers notion of Hen Harrier ‘brood management’

I am late to the party on this one I am afraid, and there are already many excellent articles out there regarding the rollout of the Natural England sanctioned Hen … Continue reading We really must rethink the bonkers notion of Hen Harrier ‘brood management’