As we approach the Summer Solstice and the nights become shorter, we are in a difficult period for stargazing.
Deer are the most dangerous of the garden pests, and they are rapidly increasing in number in the South of England.
This May half-term Wildwood Kent celebrates our bugs in all their glory. Come and explore these darling creatures.
Such a large storm, “one of the worst in the history of our country,” shows that the climate emergency has arrived in Southern Africa.
From Saturday 2 April – Monday 18 April, Kent’s most egg-cellent animal park, Wildwood, will be helping visitors put a spring in their step with a host of fun activities and a line-up of furry favourites.
There was a gale, a loud crack and the sound of a tree crashing down. If there was a broken cable, were we in danger of electrocution?
Home to over 200 native animals, past and present and set in 40 acres (16.2ha) of beautiful ancient woodland where visitors can see bears, wolves, bison, deer, owls, foxes, red squirrels, wild boar, lynx, wild horses, badgers and beavers plus many more.
Funding for the Fish of the Medway project helps keep the Medway as a no-take zone in order to protect the survival of several fish species.
A quartet of red-billed choughs, once extinct in Kent, have come home for Christmas after a three-month stay at Dover Castle.
The science of astronomy can be taken up by anyone, and can develop into a year-round hobby and a lifelong interest.