The Scot behind the return of beavers to England, 400 years after they were hunted to extinction, is repeating the process – this time with wildcats.
The great outdoors: When winter’s first snow leaves its mark… Chills and thrills await as tiny imprints reveal their stories
Have you ever felt like this? “Plain, sky and mountains ray beauty which you feel. You bathe in these spirit-beams, turning round and round, as if warming at a camp fire.
Intensive agriculture is among the factors blamed for the steep decline in wildlife native to the UK and Ireland since the 1970s, but the Nature Friendly Farming Network (NFFN) is determined to reverse the trend.
A picture capturing a standoff between a Tibetan fox and a marmot, seemingly frozen in life-or-death deliberations, has won the top prize at the Natural History Museum’s annual wildlife photography competition.
Two dolphins have been rescued from a beach in Angus after becoming stranded on the shore.
The afternoon sunlight had a quality. Here and there it shone directly on to the trunks of the trees, or through the slowly-thinning canopies of hundreds of oaks and their sporadic underlings, the rowans and the hollies.
A marmoset has been rescued after being kept in a small bird cage.
A polar bear that came to live at a zoo from the circus led to an overhaul in the way the animals are cared for in captivity, according to experts.
Extinction Rebellion protesters have brought Westminster to a halt as they demand the Government takes urgent action on climate change and wildlife losses.
More than two-fifths of UK species including animals, birds and butterflies have seen significant declines in recent decades, a major study shows.
Chris Packham and climate protesters have set up a woodland outside the headquarters of HS2 to campaign against the destruction of trees to create the high speed rail line.