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Red kite in flight

Birds of prey

Few birds inspire awe as often as birds of prey, those athletic aerial predators that rule the roost when it comes to the food chain.

Flowers in grassland

#26Wild may be over…but the story isn’t

Throughout the course of the 26 Wild Project we've seen the plight of 56 endangered animals brought to life through a series of centenas and essays. Lisa Andrews, 26 Project Lead reflects on…

Duxford Old River

The sorry state of our waters

Environment Agency data released recently revealed that not a single river, lake, estuary or coastal water monitored by the Agency is in good health. This is despite a near-20-year-old legal…

Narrow-headed ants eating caterpillar

26 Wild Essays - Narrow headed ant

As part of the 26 Wild project, 56 writers are bringing to life the plight of endangered UK wildlife through a series of centenas and essays. Read this beautiful essay by Nick Carson on the narrow…

dormouse wildlife trust

26 Wild Essays - Dormouse

As part of the 26 Wild project, 56 writers are bringing to life the plight of endangered UK wildlife through a series of centenas and essays. The first of which is this beautiful essay by Lisa…

Undulate ray

26 Wild essays - The Undulate Ray

As part of the 26 Wild project, 56 writers are bringing to life the plight of endangered UK wildlife through a series of centenas and essays. The first of which is this beautiful essay by Lucy…

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