15 October 2021
The British Ecological Society (BES) announced today the winners of its annual awards and prizes.
06 October 2021
By decoding honeybees’ waggle dances, researchers have found that bees in agricultural areas travel further for food than those in urban areas.
27 September 2021
New research establishes a novel mechanism for the coexistence of competing flowering species.
22 September 2021
Landmark research led by ZSL climate and biodiversity experts concludes that both global emergencies must be tackled in unison.
21 September 2021
A study of semi-captive Asian elephants has found that calves benefit from having older sisters more than older brothers.
20 September 2021
14 September 2021
Researchers propose a AU$41 billion nationwide plan for habitat restoration to prevent species loss.
27 August 2021
New research shows that oil palm plantations in Borneo are not only affecting ecological landscapes, but also social landscapes.
19 August 2021
Rising temperatures could help some bees fly better, but more frequent extreme weather events could push them past their limits.
16 August 2021
BEE-STEWARD is a decision-support tool which provides a computer simulation of bumblebee colony survival in a given landscape.
13 August 2021
New research discovers the threshold of reserves necessary for oak trees to survive repeated caterpillar onslaughts.
06 August 2021
Contrary to popular belief, a new study shows mountain lions used smaller areas and moved shorter distances when human activity was far below normal.
26 July 2021
Supporting a declining population of the Egyptian vulture with captive-reared young birds every year could delay extinction.
15 July 2021
BES president, Professor Jane Memmott responds to National Food Strategy.
14 July 2021
New research looks into the recovery of wildlife following reforestation with native trees in the Scottish Highlands.