All posts tagged: wildlife

One of the Clouded Leopards welcomed by Marwell Zoo in June 2022

Marwell Zoo welcomes sibling pair of Clouded Leopards

Marwell Zoo in Hampshire has announced the arrival of a sibling pair of vulnerable Clouded Leopards, Taevey and Kanya (both females). The duo have taken up their new home after moving from Chessington World of Adventures Resort in Surrey. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) estimates there are only 3,700 to 5,580 Clouded Leopards […]

Animesh and her new snow leopard cubs at Highland Wildlife Park

Highland Wildlife Park’s snow leopard gives birth

The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s (RZSS) Highland Wildlife Park, near Aviemore, has welcomed the arrival of at least two snow leopard cubs. Staff at the wildlife conservation charity confirmed the birth on Saturday 28th May 2022 when high-pitched sounds were heard in the cubbing den and two tiny cub were spotted by keepers. Although […]

The falcons and hawks of Dunrobin Castle

It’s World Environment Day today and to celebrate we bring you news of the falcons and hawks at Dunrobin Castle in Sutherland in the Scottish Highlands. The castle, home of the Earls of Sutherland, is the most northerly of Scotland’s great houses and the falconry displays are highly praised by both locals and visitors, taking place […]

Wildcat kittens born in Scotland to help save species

Wildcat kittens, which will likely be among the first of their species to be released into the wild in Britain, have been born in the Saving Wildcats conservation breeding for release centre at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Highland Wildlife Park. After 16 wildcats were paired up earlier this year, the European partnership project […]

Postcards from Fregate: restoring coral reefs

In another of our fantastic films from Fregate in the Seychelles, Geoff Moore meets Julie Pezin of Coralive.org to find out how conservationists and researchers on the island are growing coral to study its physiology and to replace lost reefs. In a one-year study, electricity has been harnessed on the ocean floor to create an […]

30 Days Wild is back for a record 2022

The UK’s biggest nature challenge, 30 Days Wild, – which lasts for the whole of June – is on course for a record-breaking year following an unprecedented number of people signing up to take part so far. Last year, more than 760,000 took part in the challenge, which encourages people to do something wild every day […]

The Deep celebrates 20th anniversary

This World Turtle Day is the perfect time to highlight that The Deep in Hull – home to 5,000 animals including sharks, turtles and rays – marks its 20th anniversary this year with new investment. A £380,500 Biffa Award means the attraction can update three areas of the Cool Seas gallery to create an immersive learning experience for […]

New sustainable travel company Slow Adventure launched

A new sustainable adventure travel company – Slow Adventure – has recently launched, offering adventures that give power back to local communities. The company supports fair and transparent conservation funding, reinforces the importance of nature so that it is valued and helps adventurers choose how to give back. Slow adventures are immersive and mindful journeys that maximise time […]

Get involved in Earth Day today!

Today is Earth Day, which takes place every year on 22nd April, marking the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Earth Day now engages more than 1 billion people every year around the protection of the planet as a day of action to change human behaviour and create global, national and local […]