As we move into autumn, many of our wildlife friends begin to prepare for surviving the harsh winter months. With many of us spending more time at home, it’s never been easier to get into our gardens and give nature a helping hand this autumn. Here are a few ways to
J.Allan Longshadow spoke to North Wales film-maker, photographer, poet, writer and performer Pete Rogers to discover the story behind his latest project "Backyard Beasts", a nature documentary shot in Bangor-on-Dee during lockdown.
J.A.L: Pete, you've recently produced this amazing nature documentary, the first instalment, ‘Backyard Beasts’. You started dabbling in film
Some people will never find any injured wild animals during their lifetime, but if you are living in a rural area, or have an outdoor lifestyle, you will have more chance of coming across a distressed or injured wild animal. Many people are unsure of what to do if they
There is something very relaxing about sitting and watching wildlife and there is no better feeling than being able to do this from your own home. It can be so rewarding to see wildlife use your own garden as their own.
Whether you live in the heart of the countryside, or
I don't know about you, but otters are definitely a firm favourite of mine whenever I have seen them at a zoo. Unfortunately, I haven't been lucky enough to ever see them in the wild - but this is something I would absolutely love to do. Whenever I watch them
Happy Hedgehog Day - 2nd February
Having lived in a rural town for most of my life, seeing hedgehogs wandering about was a pretty common occurance. I loved them. I don't know why, but I always found them fascinating. So the night that my Dad found an injured spiky guy in
Emergency help is needed for the animals rapidly losing their habitat as a result of the Australian bush fires. Here's how you can help.
How long have the fires been burning for?
Although it has only become a significant news story in the past week, wild fires in Australia have actually been
Bats are fascinating nocturnal creatures that play a significant role in UK wildlife. In this article, we discuss some fascinating facts about bats.
Bats come in all different shapes and sizes. There are over 1,300 species of bat worldwide. In the UK alone, there are 18 resident species of bat –
Climate change is not a problem for the future – it is a problem for now. We all need to work together and act fast to save our planet, and the wildlife that exists around the world.
The latest scientific evidence suggests that as climate change worsens, a virus, that has
How many of you enjoyed feeding ducks at the local pond or park when we were younger? I used to love walking down to the local pond with my grandparents and feeding the resident ducks some bits of stale bread that my grandmother had saved for me to feed them.