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Celebrating five years of Remembering Wildlife

This year, Remembering Wildlife celebrates its fifth anniversary by releasing the next book in its highly successful fundraising book series and reflecting on the many conservation projects it has assisted since launching. The Remembering Wildlife project was created by British wildlife photographer Margot Raggett after she witnessed the poaching of an elephant in Northern Kenya […]

*WIN* This Build Your Own Mini-Builds collection!

* COMPETITION TIME * ENTER FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN THIS AWESOME PRIZE! Plus, runner-up prize available too! We’ve teamed up with award-winning Build Your Own to offer this fabulous prize! For your chance to WIN this insect Mini-Builds bundle – including DRAGONFLY, LADYBIRD, HONEY BEE, and STAG BEETLE kits – simply enter your details below.  Build Your Own Mini-Builds […]

Have you spotted the Jersey Tiger?

If you live in southern England and Wales, you may have been lucky enough to spot a very striking day-flying moth this year, which is new to the Big Butterfly Count identification chart. Often confused for a butterfly because of its beautiful colours and patterns, the Jersey Tiger moth flies during the day as well […]

First health checks for adorable tiger cub trio

The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland has revealed that three endangered Amur tiger cubs born at Highland Wildlife Park in May are two girls and a boy. The nine-week-old tiger cubs, who have just received their first health checks by staff at the wildlife conservation charity, are all doing well and will be named in the coming weeks. Although […]