Even the smallest of gardens can provide a rich habitat for wildlife. Zoe Kent explains more...
We're in the process of improving the nesting opportunities for Barn Owls at Blue House Farm as we eagerly await the breeding season.
We were delighted with some exciting sightings in recent weeks, including during our January bird survey, and we're looking forward to upcoming projects.
Even in the depths of January, there is still plenty to see at Belfairs; even some signs that spring might be on the way!
Happy New Year! 2020 is upon us and I am very excited for all the projects and wildlife excitement we have planned for the coming year! Christmas and New Year was filled with lots of joy and…
Our Brent Goose ringing project in collaboration with the Southern Colour Ringing Group, The Essex Recorders Partnership and Essex Birdwatching Society, has been providing some exciting results.…
Through December Essex Wildlife Trust are celebrating Terrific Trees. Belfairs is a site with plenty of Terrific Trees; here we are shining a spotlight on 5 particularly special trees.
Christmas is a beautiful and fun-filled time however it can be harmful to wildlife and the environment. We give our top tips on having an eco-Christmas this year!
One of the most iconic fungi species; the Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria) is the classic toadstool of fairy tales and a truly magical sight amongst the autumnal leaf litter.
The reserve is flooding up again after a long, dry summer, and the Brent Geese have returned, all the way from their breeding grounds in Siberia!