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.
Blakeney welcomes first grey seal pup
Conserving Hardy inspired heathland
At 240 acres, Slepe Heath in Dorset is the largest area of lowland heath we've gained for more than a decade and will help to create a haven for wildlife.
New home for nature created in Lake Dist...
Elusive pine martens caught on camera
Hen harriers breed successfully
Bee-eaters rewrite record books
Seabirds under threat
Our study has revealed the extent of the threat to seabirds from extreme weather, predators and human disturbance, with extreme weather being the biggest threat.
Hambledon Hill joins our hillfort family
Kate Martin, our lead ranger at Formby, shares her summer wildlife highlights.
Our nature specialist Matthew Oates reveals why summer thunderstorms are good news.
Ranger Gwen Potter looks back on the highs and lows of life on the coast during the summer.
These natural woodlands have been around for well over 400 years.
With 400 year-old forests, this valley in the Lake District feels like another country.
We've looked after the wetland nature reserve of Wicken Fen for over 100 years.
The term iconic is often overused, but the High Peak Moors truly merits that description.
Farne Island seals
The Farne Islands are home to England's largest breeding population of Atlantic grey seals. Every autumn the bull seals become a lot more active - they're starting to mate but also starting to fight. See what happens when things get a bit heated.