White butterflies are a common sight during the warmer months of the year and in the North East, you are likely to encounter four common species. Separate and identify these four species with NHSN Invertebrate Section lead, Gordon Port.
Recently, NHSN botanists visited the Roman fort of Epiacum to produce an inventory of the plants growing at the historic site. Angus Lunn shares their finds below.
You have now shared an incredible 1400 records as part of the North East Bee Hunt. Charlotte Rankin summarises your records and provides inspiration on what to look for this week
Naturalist, Louise Hislop, introduces the North East's overlooked & under-recorded small bees
Discover the early season dragonflies and damselflies of Gosforth Nature Reserve in a new photo-blog from naturalist, Christopher Wren
For Pauline Gilbertson, Lockdown provided an opportunity to uncover the diverse and beautiful wildlife that thrives on the outskirts of her small village
Rinke Vinkenoog provides an account of the unfolding spring at the Prudhoe Spetchells, highlighting the wildlife you can enjoy at this remarkable and very special location.
You have now shared a fantastic 900 records as part of the North East Bee Hunt. Charlotte Rankin summarises your records and observations over the last two weeks.
You have now shared a fantastic 600 records as part of the North East Bee Hunt. Charlotte Rankin summarises your records and observations over the last two weeks.
Discover North-East nature many of the talks, articles, and videos shared over recent weeks.