Nesting season: How our UK birds spring into action

With spring firmly on the horizon, you’ll probably have noticed lots more activity from the birds in your garden, local parks and woodlands. Read our guide to the different types of nests that you can look out for during spring. Read more

The nature of love: Valentine’s in the wild

With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, here we take a look at some of the tactics employed by our wonderful wild creatures to attract a mate. From shows of physical prowess to dancing, singing and the offering of gifts, our wild species aren’t so different from humans in the search for romance! Read more

The red fox - A guide to Britain's only wild dog

The unmistakeable red fox – Britain’s only species of wild dog - often portrayed as a crafty and cunning character in literature. Learn all about the iconic and well-loved creature in our guide. Read more

GUEST BLOG: Taking everyone with you on your sustainability journey

Leanne the founder of ProjectMatch Ltd - one of our Corporate Friends of the Forest - talks about the importance of developing people’s place in the business of climate action Read more

More then trees: The challenges of corporate fundraising

Planting trees is the ‘sexy’ thing that we do and it’s what people want to get involved with and support financially. However, growing a forest, and a community forest at that, is about far more than getting trees in the ground. Read more

The geological past of Millennium Country Park - part 5: SEEING IS BELIEVING

You’ll be amazed at what is under your feet as you walk around the Millennium Country Park: a real-life marine Jurassic Park! Part 5 of a 5 part series by local geology enthusiast, Duncan Willox Read more

A guide to Bedfordshire’s fascinating raptors

An encounter with a raptor is one of nature’s most exhilarating experiences. There are 15 species of raptor breeding in Britain, read our guide to know what to look for! Read more