ASVO Costa Rica

One of the projects we’re proud to be supporting as the Global Wildlife Rescue Project is ASVO Costa Rica. They’re a project dedicated to protecting sea turtles in Costa Rica. I had the privilege of visiting one of their sites back in September 2019. I actually saw my first sea turtle the year before. IContinue reading “ASVO Costa Rica”

Kids Saving the Rainforest

Kids Saving the Rainforest was the project that was the catalyst for the Global Wildlife Rescue Project coming into being. It was September 2019 and I was staying at a hostel near Manuel Antonio National Park. It was to be my birthday the following day and I was looking for something to do. I hadContinue reading “Kids Saving the Rainforest”

Spring Wildlife

Spring is a fabulous time of the year to see wildlife here in the UK. It’s a time of new beginnings as the class of 2021 are welcomed into the world. We’ve asked our resident wildlife expert, Geoff, for his top tips for wildlife watching at this time of the year. Returning birds Across theContinue reading “Spring Wildlife”


As the new year approaches it is time for us all to think about what we want to change about our lives. Resolutions get made – and sometimes they’re even kept! If you’re looking for environmentally friendly inspiration for resolutions you can make for the new year – look no further … we’re here withContinue reading “Resolutions”

Autumnal Wildlife

Here in Great Britain you can’t help but have noticed now that autumn is with us. There is a chill in the air, the nights are drawing in and the leaves are turning gorgeous shades of russet and brown as they fall. We asked our resident wildlife expert, Geoff, for his top tips for wildlifeContinue reading “Autumnal Wildlife”

Children and nature

The great outdoors is one of the best playgrounds and classrooms. It’s a source of wonder and of adventure. It can fire the imagination. It can stimulate the senses. And it can start a lifelong love affair with the natural world. In 2007 many nature related words such as kingfisher, lark, minnow, newt and otterContinue reading “Children and nature”

Natures Larder

Nature is amazing. It offers us so much – shelter, fuel, medicines, health and of course, food amongst others. Today we’re going to explore just a few of the commonly found things in hedgerows and on verges that you can forage.  Rules of Foraging: 1. Unless you are 100% sure of what you are pickingContinue reading “Natures Larder”

The economies of nature

You’ll read and see a lot of stuff about why we should look after our natural world – how we rely on it for food, shelter, fuel, flood reduction, carbon capture (and storage), water purification and recycling, coastal protection … I could go on. If all of these weren’t enough – nature adds billions ofContinue reading “The economies of nature”

Bee Kind

Of pretty much any ecosystem – the humble bee can be considered a keystone species upon which humans rely possibly more than any other insect. Whatever your dietary requirements – you can pretty much be sure that the bee played a role by pollinating the plant from which it came. Globally bees are responsible forContinue reading “Bee Kind”