Animal Welfare Organizations in the United Kingdom

Wildlife

The fast globalization and too many projects of urbanization put different kinds of animals into great danger. We have already lost many rare species without a possibility to get them back even in the perfect conditions of nature reserves or special zoos. The species that are living on the boundary of death are extremely vulnerablecontinue reading

Spotting Birds in The UK – Birdwatching Skills

Spotting Birds in The UK - Birdwatching Skills

Spotting birds might sound like a straightforward task to do, but it requires dedication and ample knowledge to master birdwatching skills. Bird watching isn’t about sitting somewhere and looking at the birds. It’s about knowing everything about the bird you’re watching. Sometimes, you have to spot the birds you want to see, by putting yourcontinue reading

A Guide to Birdsongs You Can Hear in The UK

A Guide to Birdsongs You Can Hear in The UK

There is something truly mesmerising about nature with all its sounds, scents and experiences. Whether you decide to sit in your backyard or take a hike in the countryside, there is always the sounds of nature that first grab your attention. Bird spotters and watchers who delight in the lives of birds and their beautifulcontinue reading

Spotting and Saving the UK Hedgehogs

Spotting and Saving the UK Hedgehogs

The population of hedgehogs in the United Kingdom has been falling, so you should do your part and help them. This article will tell you about where to find and how to help hedgehogs in the UK. There are also many help hotlines that you can reach if you need more guidance and information aboutcontinue reading

Uncovering the Least Known – UK Wildlife

Uncovering the Least Known - UK Wildlife

People who are not local to the UK hardly realize that the even UK has some exceptional wildlife that the rest of the world would envy. There are several UK species of wildlife that can never be found anywhere else in the world. Everyone always thinks that when referring to wildlife there are so manycontinue reading

The Flora and Fauna of East Anglia – Part 2

The Flora and Fauna of East Anglia - Part 2

The region has many rare ecosystems as a result of the locale being subjected to marsh like conditions. Around the coasts these areas were often salt-like in nature, as a result of their closeness to the sea and inland the waterlogged areas were more fresh water in nature. In the past, much of East Angliacontinue reading

The Flora and Fauna of East Anglia – Part 1

The Flora and Fauna of East Anglia - Part 1

East Anglia is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world and there are a variety of reasons why people wish to visit the region. Its location on the east coast of the country gives it warm summers and this has led to many domestic visitors spending their holidays in the resorts thatcontinue reading

Animals that Have Gone Extinct and Why We Needed Them

Animals that Have Gone Extinct and Why We Needed Them

Sadly, many animals have gone extinct over the years due to human interference. These animals were important part of food webs and ecosystems in the environment and, in some cases, they were of use to us in providing us with food. However, overexploitation or habitat destruction led to their ultimate demise. The Moa The moacontinue reading