This weekend, charity RSPB will celebrate 40 years of its Big Garden Birdwatch. The event is the world's largest wildlife garden survey.Read the full story ›
An environmental charity says it is still not convinced enough will be done to protect wildlife if the Sizewell C nuclear plant goes ahead.Read the full story ›
Calls for Michael Gove to amend the Agriculture Bill, making it a legal obligation for all farmers to meet minimum environmental standards.Read the full story ›
Nature and science-based nuture is being used to grow hi-tech tomatoes all year round in a huge greenhouse in Suffolk.Read the full story ›
The National Trust says extremes from Arctic temperatures to a sizzling heatwave meant a roller-coaster year for the UK's wildlife in 2018.Read the full story ›
The UK's tallest bird's had its most successful breeding season since the 17th Century. 54 pairs of the Common Crane have produced chicks.Read the full story ›
A farmer from Bury St Edmunds is helping to boost wildlife numbers on his land thanks to some nature-friendly techniques.
Steve Honeywood is one of a growing number of farmers who are devoting more of their land to nature.
It comes as a new report from the Wildlife Trust says the work it's doing with farmers has meant there's been an increase in the numbers of some species.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Emily Knight
In 2015, Sir David Attenborough marked the completion of Abberton Reservoir's expansion. Was the £150 million project successful?Read the full story ›
There's already been 1,700 pups born at Blakeney Point in North Norfolk and The National Trust expects to top last year's total of 2,700Read the full story ›
A Broads Authority scheme is filming the wildlife on our doorsteps - from deer and foxes to birds and badgers.Read the full story ›