From wildlife spotting to gathering natural decorations, the trust has plenty of tips to get you outside this season
A new tiger habitat, the first of its kind in the UK, is due to open this autumn at Broxbourne’s Paradise Wildlife Park. We take a look as the park welcomes back visitors after a hugely challenging time
Tyler Whitnall from Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxbourne explains what events and attractions they have planned for this summer.
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s Frieda Rummenhohl looks at the favourite summer migrant
Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust has launched a project to help us all benefit from the calming power of nature, even in an urban setting.
A Hitchin-based charity teaching beekeeping and educating children and families about the amazing and important honeybee
Dr Tom Day here discusses the good, the bad and the future of Hertfordshire wildlife
Walk the woods, hills and valleys of the Ashridge estate and the feeling is one of timelessness. It could all have been very different when it was put up for sale in the 1920s.
England’s largest new native forest near Harpenden is an example of how the UK can tackle both wildlife loss and global warming.
It’s one of nature’s wonders – the dawn chorus as spring arrives.
Animals are always a source of joy so we have gathered some zoos and wildlife parks across the country (and beyond) that are livestreaming animal enclosures
Early flowers, returning birds, and mammals and insects beginning new cycles – some of the sights and sounds that spring is beginning in the county.
Ahead of Valentine’s Day, Frieda Rummenhohl of Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust takes a look at the long-distance love life of a warty favourite under threat
They have spread from their stronghold in Letchworth to become an increasingly common sight in Herts and beyond, but how did the black squirrel get its coat and is it the thug some believe?
Bringing ideas, transport and new goods, author Fabian Hiscock looks at the impact the Grand Junction Canal had on Hertfordshire
Herts & Midddlesex Wildlife Trust’s non-native invasive species officer, Martin Ketcher, outlines a rogues’ gallery of introduced animals having an impact on Herts
The county has a habitat so rare that the local Wildlife Trust has appointed a Living River Officer to help look after it. Sarah Perry dives into Herts’ chalk rivers
Blink and they’re gone! The bluebell is a sign that spring is in full swing, but they don’t stick around long, so we have gathered some pretty woodlands in Hertfordshire to enjoy a bluebell walk
Former chalk pits near Hitchin and Royston are secluded spots rich with life ancient and rare. Work is underway to make them better known and studied
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s Frieda Rummenhohl encourages us to make wildlife one of our priorities in the year ahead – without taking on too much
Great British Holidays & Breaks 2015
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