Moths at Birches Farm
Moths galore at Birches Farm Nature Reserve
The Wye and Usk Foundation’s Yazor Natural Flood Management Project
Two linked projects are currently happening on the Yazor Brooks: downstream, in the City, our Yazor Brooks Restoration Project is…
The Hedgerow Larder
Hedges provide not only shelter but also food for our wildlife. If you can, we advise that you leave your hedges untrimmed through…
Is Herefordshire ready for the beaver's return?
Mammal expert Johnny Birks discusses the return of the beaver to Herefordshire's rivers. This article was first published in The…
Life on the farm in lock down
Herefordshire farmer Tony Norman describes the wildlife on his farm this spring.
Why should we care about disappearing insects? By Professor Dave Goulson
Why should we care about insects? An excerpt from: Insect Declines and Why they Matter by Professor Dave Goulson, FRES.
How the birds in our gardens can help us
Our friends at Vine House Farm tell us how our garden birds can help us during this unprecedented time, and how in turn we can help them…
A Meadow through the year
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust's Andrew Nixon charts the seasons and species in his meadow created at his Herefordshire garden. Part…
Wildlife Trusts and Reintroductions
Dr Catherine McNicol reveals some of the work that Wildlife Trusts are doing to bring species back from the brink.
Notes from Reserves... Parky Meadow
Volunteer Jack Morris heads out on a winter work party at Parky Meadow Nature Reserve
Notes from the Reserves
A splash of yellow to brighten a winter woodland.
Why volunteer with the Trust?
Why you should consider volunteering by volunteers Teresa & Andy!