Conservation

Rewilding – stepping back in time for nature might be the way forward for the planet

It is no secret that the natural world now is one which would be virtually unrecognisable to our ancestors. Not all that long ago, it would have been unsurprising to return from a fishing trip with nets full to bursting – now you’d be lucky if you caught enough to fill one net. However, depletion […]

Scientists reveal impact of human activity on bird species

One study, conducted by Durham University in collaboration with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), recently investigated how human activities such as agriculture, deforestation, and the drainage of wetlands have influenced where bird species are found to be existing in Great Britain today.