Nature & wildlife
As the UK's biggest land owner, we look after a lot of nature and wildlife. We strive to maintain our land as an environment that supports a rich diversity of life.
Recording our wildlife at White Horse, Uffington
Next time you're out for a stroll at a beautiful countryside place, look into the grass, the hedges or the trees around you and you'll be amazed at the creatures you'll find scurrying about. Andy Foster has the task of finding and recording as many species as he can so we know how best to look after these wonderful places.
Nature and wildlife expert Matthew Oates, asks whether an early summer could be too much too soon.
Kate Martin, Area ranger, looks back at a blooming spring and the importance of volunteers at Formby.
Area ranger, Gwen Potter, celebrates Dylan Thomas' birthplace in his centenary year.
Spotlight on summer
Four bee-eater chicks have fledged successfully for the first time in the UK for 12 years.
Collard Hill in Somerset offers visitors the chance to see the rare Large Blue butterfly.
Scotney Castle is one of the best places to see dragonflies with 23 visible from the boardwalk.
A spectacular showing of wild flowers at Horden Cliffs on Durham coast spring to life.