24 March 2023
Scientists examine bug buffets as a conservation effort to protect little brown bats from white-nose syndrome
21 March 2023
Scientists have proven that the use of prescribed fires does not always protect forests from bushfires
16 March 2023
A new study investigates how the combined interaction of climate change and invasive species can threaten biodiversity
14 March 2023
An international team examines how animals utilise disgust-related avoidance behaviour to combat diseases
10 March 2023
A new study outlines how we can better accommodate the LGBTQIA+ community during fieldwork
27 February 2023
A UK based team explored the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on peregrine falcon diets
22 February 2023
Researchers have found that natural soil seed banks are not as effective in northerly plants - meaning they lack a survival strategy in our warming climate.
21 February 2023
A new collaborative study explores how to improve pollination using plantation design techniques
20 February 2023
Researchers explain how the IPBES framework can be used to address sustainability within the cephalopod food system.
17 February 2023
Researchers have created a hyper realistic bird to study communication in zebra finches
16 February 2023
An international study reveals the benefit of soil transplantation in restoring natural landscape areas.
A decade long study from South African National Parks examines the use of high-intensity fires to reverse bush encroachment
14 February 2023
The long-running row over Britain’s hen harriers could offer lessons for other conservation conflicts.
13 February 2023
A new study from Cornell Lab of Ornithology investigates the effect of different nature excursions on wellbeing
09 February 2023
A first of its kind study explores the wellbeing benefits of participating in citizen science