Seasonal Update

Frosty forest

Seasonal Update (January 2021)

A cold start to the new year, but one with plenty of promise. Conservation news plus research on Chinese water deer and brown hare survival. Happy New Year!

New Forest copse in winter

Seasonal Update (December 2020)

Looking back at a very mild end to autumn and ahead to this month; news, plus new research on how diet affects Red squirrel skulls and hedgehog hibernation.

Misty tree in field

Seasonal Update (November 2020)

Stats for September's weather and weather review for October, conservation news, plus new research on parakeets in Britain and the ancient fox-human connection.

Autumnal beech leaves

Seasonal Update (October 2020)

Recapping September's unseasonable weather, conservation and science news, plus new research on urbanisation on moles and how supplementary food affects hedgehogs.

Dewy grass at sunrise

Seasonal Update (September 2020)

A look back at August's weather, conservation and science news, plus new research on shrew vocalisation and the value of gardens for mammal conservation.

August sunrise

Seasonal Update (August 2020)

A recap of July's weather, conservation and science news, plus new research on artificial light on hedgehog behaviour and deer response to trailcameras.

Dawn at Lepe Beach

Seasonal Update - July 2020

A recap of June's weather, conservation and science news, plus new research on how wolves influence forest regeneration and changes city living is causing in foxes.

Dry cracked earth

Seasonal Update - June 2020

A brief recap on May's weather, conservation and science news, plus new research on vampire bees that bite flowers and how traffic noise affects bats.

Lake District sunshine

Seasonal Update - May 2020

A quick weather update, conservation and science news, plus new research on rhinos eavesdropping on oxpeckers and wolf impact on roe deer.

Gulls in a flooded field

Seasonal Update - March 2020

The usual seasonal round up, plus new research on dispersal in Sika deer and where hedgehogs are most susceptible to traffic.