Nature lovers are being asked to check their gardens for tigers in a bid to help conservationists studying the effects of climate change on moth distribution.
Sir David Attenborough is urging the public to take part in the world’s largest butterfly count to assess if species are recovering after their worst year on record.
The UK’s largest Bee Summit aimed at tackling the causes of bee decline, will take place in London next Friday (28 June 2013), Friends of the Earth revealed today.
Bees in Balsall Heath received a welcome boost last Saturday with a new bee garden opened by local MP Roger Godsiff.
New research by the University of Reading shows that the West Midlands Long-Horned Bee is holding on to its northernmost stronghold and is restricted to just a few small areas.
There are just two days to go until bird lovers across the world come together for the annual celebration of nature’s ode to joy when songbirds fill the air with music as the sun comes up.
Gardeners are being urged to create bee-friendly gardens and play their part in safeguarding these threatened pollinators
Gordon takes an elliptical journey down a jungle path that has an end.
Washout 2012 was the worst year for UK butterflies on record with 52 out of the 56 species monitored suffering declines, a scientific study today revealed.
Popular TV presenter Michaela Strachan pays her first visit to Artrix with a delightful show for children aged between 3 and 8
Birmingham Friends of the Earth are funding High Orchard Community and Balsall Heath is Our Planet to create wildflower havens for local bees
This March will mark a year since Birmingham and the Black Country were awarded Nature Improvement Area status.
The abundance of the UK’s larger moths has crashed during the past 40 years with three species becoming extinct in the last decade, a major scientific report reveals today.
Dave Woodhall talks to TV presenter Michaela Strachan ahead of her forthcoming date in Birmingham.
A very mixed bag been announced for the two prestigious venues – Elkie Brooks, Piaf, Michael Strachan, Bill Bailey, Ardal O’Hanlon… and more
Grass-feeding butterflies defied the second wettest year on record to enjoy a bumper 2012 across the UK countryside, according to a new scientific survey.
Restoring and joining up habitat will prevent threatened butterflies and moths in the Midlands from becoming extinct in the future, a groundbreaking report today revealed.
Ash dieback disease has been identified in Norfolk. The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country is appealing for help spotting the spread of the infection.
Plans have been submitted for one of the country’s first Nature Improvement Areas for Birmingham and the Black Country.
The Wildlife Trust has written to Members of Parliament asking them to oppose a licensed badger cull in England.
Wildlife is found to be no longer priceless, an economic study has discovered.
The Wildlife Trust’s Black Country Living Landscape Community Involvement Programme invites Black Country residents to ‘Go Wild’ this summer.
The Wildlife Trust is deeply concerned by the Government’s decision to pursue yet more trials of
International Dawn Chorus Day is the global celebration of wild birds.