New research has found a new way spiders are catching their prey… and a new kind of prey…
A tale of wombats, excrement, and scientific research.
A delve into the ethical considerations of rewilding, and how one site may have failed to hit the mark.
Because lord knows we need it.
The human impact on Earth is so significant there is now more plastic, concrete, and metal than living things. Just how much of our natural world is left?
Despite its span of 400 years, many of the pieces at Leeds Art Gallery’s new exhibition ‘Natural Encounters’ capture a very current mood in their meditation on the human relationship with nature. It’s timing as […]
Just mere weeks after campus closed, the University of Leeds campus has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A World Heritage Site is a landmark or area, selected by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural […]
Drama, emotion, and breath-taking cinematography – three of the main first impressions from David Attenborough’s new television series Dynasties, as seen in its ‘First Look Trailer’ released on the 4th of October. After the success […]
George Crompton discusses where to find examples of wilderness in Britain, despite all the challenges it faces. In these times of conformist despair I often find myself witless and with nowhere to turn but the […]
This year marks the 90th birthday of the Nation’s Granddad, David Attenborough, so it seems like the perfect time to reflect on all his fabulousness. Everybody loves a good nature documentary, but the real question […]
The Hunt is a brand new BBC One natural history series, produced by the team behind Planet Earth and Africa, that looks at the relationship between predators and prey. Narrated by David Attenborough, the first […]
BBC’s latest instalment of a new nature series was highly anticipated; if only because Stephen Fry was narrating. Having not expected anything too different from the Attenborough style nature programmes we’ve come to love; one […]