A few recent news snippets
- Wild and natural roofs tempt the black redstart back to industrial sites in Sheffield
- Ravens invade eastward from wilds of ‘Celtic fringe A new study shows one of the most remarkable British wildlife phenomena of the last 20 years, the advance of the common raven (Corvus corax).
- Snowy owl returns to the Hebrides for 8th year
- Ferret ownership now more popular in posh south east than up north Possession of the mammals used to be synonymous with the north of the country where “ferret legging” became popular, particularly among coal miners, but now celebrity owners are driving rise in south-east.