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The Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland is out now!

Ladybirds have captivated me for decades. I am not alone. Thousands of people have sent records of ladybirds to the UK Ladybird Survey and in doing so have contributed to our understanding of these incredible beetles. In our field guide we celebrate the wonderful world of ladybirds, but we also thank the ladybird-recording community who provide unique and inspiring insights into this world

Jess French discovers some of the world’s most venomous creatures…

Part of the joy of a lifelong fascination with invertebrates is that you can never know it all.  When writing my latest book, Minibeasts with Jess French, this superabundance of information presented me with somewhat of a dilemma.  There were simply too many incredible facts to condense into one tome. 

Lars Jonsson’s Winter Birds

World-renowned ornithologist Lars Jonsson, born in Sweden in 1952, is widely regarded as one of the greatest bird artists of all time. He lives in southern Gotland, where he runs his own museum and immerses himself in the rich birdlife of the open countryside.

Witness the greatest whale watching spectacle on Earth – save £750 on an exclusive holiday!

If you are looking for the holiday of a lifetime and an incredible offer, then we have the trip for you! We have joined forces with Wildlife Worldwide, to offer our readers an exclusive charter around the Baja Peninsula – the world’s finest whale-watching location.

How to Make Mackerel Paté by The Ethical Carnivore

By louise Gray, author of The Ethical Carnivore For the last two years, I have been only eating animals I killed myself. It seems an extreme position. But really it was all about compassion. The idea was to find out how meat is sourced and educate people about where their food comes from. Mostly, I was vegetarian except for a small number of mammals including rabbit, deer and a pig. Overall I ate far less meat than your average British omnivore. I also ate a lot of fish. The fish I ate… Read More

Birds and Weather – Marianne Taylor

An article by Marianne Taylor, author of Birds: Myth, Lore and Legend For those of us lucky enough to live and work in sturdy, heated buildings, finding out what the weather is going to do is merely a matter of interest. But for our ancestors, and for plenty of modern cultures as well, accurate weather prediction could mean the difference between life and death. Humanity has a very long tradition of using natural phenomena, including bird behavior, to try to forecast the weather, and this is reflected in folklore from around the world…. Read More