22 May 2019
Seabird study reveals 'hotspots' where populations are most at risk from unsustainable fishing
21 May 2019
Penguin behaviour linked to local fish numbers and could inform fishery management and marine conservation
15 May 2019
Exposing endangered bilbies to predators before release can improve survival
10 May 2019
A seaweed species cultivates microbes on its surface to protect itself from pathogens
07 May 2019
Plants' genetics can be used to predict when their leaves burst bud in spring
06 May 2019
The IPBES report lays out the scale and magnitude of the crisis we are facing in the natural world. The BES response explains why this matters.
02 May 2019
Closely-related plant species can coexist despite competition through self-fertilization
01 May 2019
Variation in farmland nectar supply creates seasonal hunger gaps for pollinators.
18 April 2019
Fish warn each other about danger by releasing chemicals into the water.
16 April 2019
Carnivores using remaining green spaces around cities interact more often
Ecological stoichiometry compares the nutritional “demand” of wild bee larvae with the “supply” of nutrients in pollen.
11 April 2019
Understanding people's attitudes to rivers is important for their conservation
10 April 2019
New methods of DNA analyses could help protect elusive and endangered animals.
09 April 2019
An even range of habitats – forests fields and meadows – are needed in an area of around 200m2 to 1km2 in order for the jays to thrive.
09 April 2019
Drones fitted with thermal cameras can detect orangutans and other endangered species.