With its wide-open expanse of shingle beach, Dungeness is a unique wildlife habitat and makes for a family day out with a difference, writes Zoe Rawlins
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Make your own patch of nature a wildlife haven with these 7 top tips for a wildlife-friendly garden.
Butterflies bring beauty to any garden. You can attract them by choosing nectar-rich plants that they love and that caterpillars can feed on.
Our Ashford Meadows Project Officer Camilla Blackburn shares how small sites can really make a difference to wildlife.
Our Ashford Meadows Project Officer, Camilla Blackburn writes about a corporate volunteering day at Hothfield Heathlands.
Kent Wildlife Trust has begun an exciting new project to bring back our traditional hay meadows, which have declined nationally by 97% since the 1940s.
Fiona White, our Marine Officer, writes about an exiting discovery in our country's coasts. A species never before recorded in Kent has been found by a Kent Wildlife Trust volunteer…
Lewis Yates, our Volunteer Trainee Warden for the Weald, writes about the wood products now available for purchase at our Tyland Barn visitor centre.
Sam Thomas, Landscape Scale Project Officer at Kent Wildlife Trust, writes for us about the East of Eden project he is leading on behalf of the Trust.
Living Landscapes lie at the heart of everything we do, bringing nature to people and providing corridors across the landscape along which wildlife can move and spread. By Paul Hadaway, Living…