"Wildlife" Blogs & Blog Posts

Gardening with the MoonGardening with the Moon

Gardening with the Moon is a fortnightly column about Biodynamic gardening....

 
StorybookStorybook

Wild Bald Eagle Nest Videos

 
Nature around MeNature around Me

In our daily life we come into contact with nature. This may be in the form...

 
Our Plot at Green Lane allotmentsOur Plot at Green Lane allotments

Read about the ups and downs of gardening on our allotment plot in West Yor...

 
Purely PhotographyPurely Photography

Purely Photograpghy!

 
Art Of Chrissy MarieArt Of Chrissy Marie

Simply art

 
Gardening for healthGardening for health

Promoting the physical, mental and social benefit of gardening to a wide ra...

 


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The six ocean hot spots that teem with the biggest mix of species are also getting hit hardest by global warming and industrial fishing, a new study finds. A Penguin runs out of the ocean after swimming with other penguins at Boulders beach a popula...

They build among the tallest non-human structures (proportionately speaking) in the world and now it's been discovered the termites that live in Australia's remote Top End originated from overseas - rafting vast distances and migrating from tree-tops...

Forest elephant populations in one of Central Africa's largest and most important preserves have declined between 78 percent and 81 percent because of poaching, a new Duke University-led study finds. A small group of forest elephants in Gabon's Mink...

Roads are causing rapid evolutionary change in wild populations of plants and animals according to a Concepts and Questions paper published in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. A suite of common ecological impacts of roads are shown as labe...

New DNA-based research provides compelling evidence that a group of strange-looking fish living near the mouth of the Congo River are evolving due to the intense hydraulics of the river's rapids and deep canyons. The study, led by scientists at the A...

An extinct tortoise species that accidentally tumbled into a water-filled limestone sinkhole in the Bahamas about 1,000 years ago has finally made its way out, with much of its DNA intact. The fossil skull of the Bahamian tortoise, which yielded the...

The number of alien species is increasing globally, and does not show any sign of saturation, finds an international team involving UCL researchers. Ladybird [Credit: University College London]Led by scientists from Senckenberg, Germany, and the Uni...