13 March 2023
Speakers for the upcoming tree themed symposium taking place at the University of Kent in June 2023
24 February 2023
Our thoughts are with ecologists and everyone affected by the war on Ukraine.
31 December 2022
A former president and the president elect are named in the 2023 New Year Honours List
19 December 2022
Members have elected Bridget Emmett to be the next BES President in an online vote.
15 November 2022
Find out more about our English Policy Group’s response to the draft environmental targets proposed by Defra earlier this year.
01 November 2022
Analysis of artwork and photographs has revealed that rhino horns have been getting smaller and human attitudes towards rhinos have shifted from predation to conservation.
05 September 2022
Researchers have identified what pest control measures are needed where to bring mammal populations in New Zealand down to manageable levels.
16 August 2022
Maternal, social and ecological factors influence early-life survival, longevity and reproductive performance of female adult spotted hyenas.
08 August 2022
Feeding wild animals could drive artificial selection for harassment behaviour and poses a serious risk to human and wildlife well-being.
27 July 2022
Green infrastructure near agricultural land is essential for pollinator conservation and boosting crop productivity.
20 June 2022
Are environmental governance institutions shifting to be able to manage the recovery, rather than just the protection, of nature?
19 June 2022
Sophisticated population modeling sheds light on decades long confusion surrounding the impact of invasive mice on the critically endangered Tristan Albatross.
14 June 2022
Join our online workshop with Defra to discuss England’s approach to climate change adaptation.
08 June 2022
Methods in Ecology and Evolution will become fully open access from January 2023
The Niche |
01 June 2022
A short story about a visit to the zoo, by Kolsuma Begum.