Photograph (low quality) of a completed drawing by Sarah Simblet for The New Sylva: Field Oak (Quercus robur) and rooks.
The authors are keen to include some drawings of the feathers of British woodland birds in The New Sylva. Can you help by providing a beautiful feather from a jay or tawny owl, a woodcock or perhaps a great spotted woodpecker? We are looking for the attractive feathers of one
Today The Hawk and Owl Trust released a strongly worded position statement aimed at the England Forestry Panel. It states that: Forestry Commission forests must remain in national ownership and be given effective protection in the public domain for all of us, for ever the Forestry Commission should be given
Earlier this month I discovered a warbler in full song, perched in a leafing ash tree. I was unsure what species it was because although I’m not bad at the visual identification of birds, I’m not so good at identifying them by their song. I thought it was a blackcap
A forester’s view of the emerging Spring