27 March 2023
The inaugural Welsh Policy Group Caffi Ecology event focused on Net Benefits for Biodiversity
17 March 2022
Changes to the Act have raised concerns that some threatened British species may lose important protection.
17 November 2021
The largest survey of pollinator abundance in Wales has found that woodland and hedgerow creation can play a crucial role in action to reverse declines in insects.
22 March 2021
New research finds that a lack of prey around breeding colonies in the northeast Atlantic is leading to puffin population declines.
23 July 2019
Are you an invasive species expert? We need your help!
24 June 2019
Increase the policy impact of your marine research and contribute to our consultation response.
17 December 2018
Ecologists from Cardiff University recently conducted a pilot study at a conifer plantation in South Wales to test the suitability of drones to detect nightjar nest sites.
05 September 2018
The retrospective analysis of social media has been used widely to detect earthquakes or political sentiment, but not so much in ecological research.
23 May 2018
How grey squirrels compete with native red squirrels in Great Britain and Italy.
22 May 2018
A timely symposium organised by the British Ecological Society and the UK’s statutory nature conservation agencies.
12 December 2017
Post-Brexit policy should carry out a root-and-branch reform to better address the specific needs of the UK’s farming and food sectors whilst protecting the countryside.
20 November 2017
Inaugural meeting of the BES Wales Policy Group
03 October 2017
More species urgently need to be considered for inclusion on the EU’s ‘List of Invasive Alien Species of Union Concern’.
13 January 2016
16 September 2015