Bizarre filter-feeding pterosaur described from Germany
The ancient flying reptile would have used its toothed snout with a flared end to filter-feed.27 January 2023
Behind the science Carla Greco
PhD student Carla on exploring how cyanobacteria survive in the cold temperatures of Antarctic lakes.
Increasing light pollution is drowning out the stars
Nights are becoming around 10% lighter each year, which has implications for the health of both humans and wildlife.19 January 2023
The best small trees, climbers and shrubs to plant for wildlife
Planting a diversity of shrubs, climbers and small trees can help boost biodiversity. October to April is prime planting time, so have your spade at the ready.