There’s still time take part in the Big Butterfly Count which runs until 7th of August.
Thursday, 28th of July was Earth Overshoot Day. What does that mean and why is it important?
Over two thirds of people in Scotland (68%) admit they know very little about biodiversity – what it is, what it means and how to sustain it.
The event takes place from September 19th to October 17th. You can register now.
This year’s Big Butterfly Count runs from the 15th July to the 7th August.
Monument Monitor is a citizen science project – visitors are asked to send in their images of the Ring of Brodgar and other sites across Scotland.
“We found that human modification of the landscape in the birds’ distribution ranges in Europe, Africa and Western Asia is associated with declining numbers of over 100 Afro-Eurasian migratory birds.” Dr C,laire Buchan from UEA’s School of Biological Sciences
As the UK Government is set to return England to GM engineered foods, in Tayside farmers have been looking at a quite different way of farming: creating a Bioregion.
It can grow up to 2m tall and is found in heathland, woodland edges and gardens. This pretty flower is also a valuable source of nectar for bees.
“The rate and extent of permafrost degradation is probably going to accelerate as talik development really kicks in.” #ClimateCrisis
Taliks are large areas of unfrozen ground within permafrost areas. Researchers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks have been studying the changes in their formation.