In recent weeks it feels like arguing among wildlife people has stepped up a notch. I wish I could say I never get involved, but I sometimes do, not always helpfully. Occasionally it is useful, often less so. But it does tend make me think, and examine my own reasoning. One area which comes to … More Only rewilding makes another future for wildlife seem possible.
In December Nico Powell – a young researcher and wildlife enthusiast – joined us for a socially distanced day down on the marshes, looking for harvest mice nests, and generally mooching about. These are his reflections on the day! Alasdair Cameron has started a new project, the Somerset Wildlands, that is acquiring fields, or “stepping … More Guest Blog – Nico Powell
I was recently lucky to spend some proper time down on the marshes. I say lucky because so much is happening at the moment that I rarely get time to just be in the place. I rush down to check camera traps or to make sure things are okay, but am forced to dash back … More Autumn quiet