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How to get on the map

07 December 2016 by Eugene Suggett

Claiming an unrecorded right of way helps ensure a path is protected for public use, both now and in the future. Our senior policy officer, Eugene Suggett shares a recent example of how you can claim an unrecorded way.

Have a wild winter

Have a wild winter

05 December 2016 by Phil Pickin

Although it may not be the best weather for getting out and about, cold, crisp days are a great time to get outside. What could be better than a frost-covered landscape seen against a clear blue sky?

Bird of a feather 1 by Jill Pakenham

Birds of a feather flock together

25 November 2016 by Paul Stancliffe

Winter is coming. Paul Stancliffe looks at our wild birds and how they spend the cold months in search of food and company.

Natural order

06 October 2016 by Phil Pickin

Phil Pickin looks at climate change and its effects on nature.

Time to leave

22 September 2016 by Paul Stancliffe

Paul Stancliffe takes a look at our autumn birds.

Celestial fishing

09 September 2016 by Brian Jones

As autumn gets into full swing, Brian Jones takes a look at the night sky...

Light Switch wall art

#LoveLondonWalkLondon

09 September 2016 by Walking Class Hero

Walking Class Hero celebrates the urban, the grittiness and the street culture of London and assesses the brand new role of 'Walking and Cycling Commissioner' in the capital.

Getting along: Cyclists and walkers sharing paths

07 September 2016 by Helen Todd

Helen Todd reflects on how 'shared use' paths are working in Scotland - where cyclists, walkers, horse riders and paddlers have enjoyed equal rights of access since 2003.

A Bullet from a Shooting Star by Alex Chinneck

I walk the line

22 July 2016 by Walking Class Hero

You’ll have probably have heard of the New York High Line. Walking Class Hero explores the walk and other urban, linear, high line parks in Paris, London and Manchester.

Cuckoo by Edmund Fellowes

Following the elusive cuckoo

06 June 2016 by Paul Stancliffe

The British Trust for Ornithology has been tracking British cuckoos for the past five years so birdwatching expert Paul Stancliffe knows just where to find them this summer…