For NHSN member and botanist, Bill Burlton, lockdown was spent exploring plant diversity close to home.
David Kinchin-Smith shares an update from Coquet Island where isolation helped RSPB staff continue work to monitor and protect wildlife during lockdown.
Inspired by the sight and sound of Starling murmurations, poet, Terry Astley, shares a new poem capturing beautifully the nature of this seasonal spectacle
Dedicated NHSN volunteers receive £1,900 from the Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland for a new welcome hut and toilet provision at Gosforth Nature Reserve.
Discover a new monograph by author, Archie Miles, celebrating one of Britain's most iconic and now threatened native trees
NHSN member, Bridget Gubbins, shares the story of the first House Martins to nest in her Morpeth garden since 1976
Read the latest monthly update from ornithologist and bird ringer, Phil Hanmer
For young NHSN member, Max Bawden, lockdown provided an opportunity to discover a new hobby in the beautiful surrounds of the Lake District
For NHSN member, Ann Chapman, lockdown led to a growing appreciation for some of the North East's most common, yet beautiful, wildflowers
With autumn in full swing, naturalists across the North East are noticing an unusual abundance of seasonal fruits. Polly Stevens asks an important question: is 2020 a 'mast year'?