Moles are harmless inhabitants of the British landscape but are much persecuted by man.
As adventure trips are reviving cruises, the environment could be at risk.
Mycorrhizal networks, better known as the Wood Wide Web, have allowed scientists to understand the social networks formed by trees underground.
I went to Switzerland for quiet and found the Vipera aspis – a common species in the canton of Valais.
London Underground’s smaller inhabitants might be affected by the off-squeak service – and learn when the weekend’s coming up.
“The scale and frequency of my disappointment,” Dyer writes in his new essay collection, “was proof of how much I still expected and wanted from the world.”
It's time we re-examined the legacy of England's greatest gardener.
Britain’s best-loved seabird is vulnerable to global extinction.
During the summer months, the Swiss Alps offer one of nature’s most gorgeous spectacles.
Magic in the sky, on land and at sea: a late ramble can give you a new perspective on the world.
Natural history documentaries have traditionally avoided knotty conservation issues. But they are changing.
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