We've asked NHSN members to tell us about their favourite field guides for the garden or on walks close to home. In this post, Neil Pont suggests guides for identifying birds.
As technology develops, natural history apps are helping many people come closer to nature. Discover seven apps you can use at home to identify, study, and enjoy wildlife.
Blog post by June Holmes, NHSN’s Archivist. Follow June on Twitter at @ArchivistJune. At the moment, many of us are spending a considerable amount of time in our own homes. […]
Discover the latest monthly update from ornithologist and bird ringer, Phil Hanmer
Take an in-depth look at conservation on Coquet Island with RSPB Warden, Paul Morrison
Examine the establishment and gradual increase of Ring-necked Parakeets in North East England
We managed two final ringing sessions at Howick by changing days at short notice to dodge the rain and wind. On the 2nd we had 29 re-traps and 29 new […]
May is the month when the majority of birds nest and we have been very busy Nest Recording and ringing Blue Tits, Great Tits and Tree Sparrows that nest in […]
Tree Sparrows are experiencing a population decline in the UK and are quite rare to see, a lack of safe nesting areas could be contributing to this decline. Clark’s Bog […]
A small but enthusiastic group of us met at the National Trust car park, near to St. Abbs Head. The sea fret that had been lingering along the coast on […]