Concern is mounting that beaver culling in Tayside, Scotland threatens the viable population. Here’s our digested read of the issue.
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As Scotland’s beaver killing season restarts, action by the Scottish Government is needed to help wild beavers survive
Beaver man, Derek Gow, and Mark Elliott of the Devon Wildlife Trust, tell us about the role beavers could play in managing flood risk in Britain
New field guide offers a practical approach that addresses some tough questions, says Roisin Campbell-Palmer
After centuries of absence, beavers are set to return to the Norfolk countryside this spring thanks to the pioneering work of Wild Ken Hill.
Or, as Oxford academic Paul Jepson puts it, nature conservation badly needs an upgrade. Here he presents the case for experimental rewilding
Rewilding could make a big difference but sluggish policy-making is slowing us down says Dr Steve Carver
‘Rebirding: Rewilding Britain and its Birds’ offers a bold look at the past, present and future of our avifauna.
Insect populations are crashing around the world. Prof Dave Goulson summarises what the science is telling us, and what we can do about it.
We believe rewilding has a crucial role to play in Britain’s efforts to adapt to climate change.