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It's St Valentine's Day today and if you believe the media, it's also the perfect excuse to treat another special companion in your life: your dog or your cat. Many magazines and papers have promoted Valentine's gift ideas for pampered pooches and other furry friends...

Forty years ago, as an avid member of the RSPB’s Young Ornithologist’s Club (YOC), I took part in a project to find Britain’s most common garden bird. Decades later and the Big Garden Birdwatch has grown from a ‘one-off’ project to an annual fixture with about...

On the day the highly respected naturalist and broadcaster, Chris Packham has been announced as the latest patron to join Compassion in World Farming, here's an article based on my meeting with Chris last Autumn. The Big Table podcast arising from the meeting can also...

As the world grows another year older, we turn to reflect on times past, present and of course, the future.  It's been a turbulent year in many ways.  The daily news and social media beams into our homes and onto our personal devices, some of the...

Today is World Wildlife Conservation Day, launched just a few years ago to raise awareness of illegal wildlife trafficking. I’ve worked to protect nature since I was a young boy, particularly to protect birds, and I applaud everyone doing their bit around the world today....

“How come that a species capable of creating a rocket that goes to the moon is destroying its only home?” Jane Goodall PhD, DBE, UN Ambassador for Peace. “I just eat less meat, hardly any meat at all” Sir David Attenborough, who thinks it is...