Saving up for a big whale watching trip? Desperate to see dolphins? Chances are you've probably not considered doing this in the UK, have you?
'There's strength in numbers' as the old saying goes... But never has this been more true than in our globally connected modern world.
They have a reputation for being playful, but are also incredibly shy. Seals can be highly entertaining creatures and the best thing is they're found around coastlines in the UK... I was being really indecisive about what post to write next for Wildlife Wednesdays but after reading through a list of marine wildlife around the … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesdays: Seal spotlight
I've written before about endangered species; from marine creatures like the vaquita and sharks to land-lubbing animals like rhinos. But for this week's 'Wildlife Wednesday' post, I wanted to find out more about the species most in danger on our planet - what they are, and what sort of risk they're really facing...
Over the last few weeks, I've noticed some impressive campaigns from big brands, acknowledging the need to move towards more sustainable and eco-friendly ways of working. So who is bossing it in this arena?
I have some exciting news to share this week... I'm now an ambassador for the amazing One Species!
Sadly, this week's Wildlife Wednesday was inspired by yet another piece of scary news on plastic pollution. The BBC reported this week on the reality of the threat to the ocean's giants by marine plastic. Filter feeders, like the whale shark, are at serious risk...
Every day approximately 8 million pieces of plastic pollution find their way into our oceans. So what can you do?
The starfish: a well loved yet often overlooked marine species. Which is why the first Wildlife Wednesday of 2018 is dedicated to this incredible little creature.
The 25 year environmental plan was announced by UK Governments yesterday. But is it enough to save our world as we know it?