• Box Colour
  • Adonis blue

    Adonis blue

  • Emperor dragonfly

    Emperor dragonfly

  • Lilly of the Valley

    Lilly of the Valley

  • Grey seal

    Grey seal

  • Rainbow parakeet

    Rainbow parakeet

  • Saltmarsh surey - skinflats

    Saltmarsh survey - Skinflats

  • Grey-cushioned grimmia

    Grey-cushioned grimmia

  • Goatsbeard


  • Colour
  • Meadow thistle

    Meadow thistle

  • Mountain pansy

    Mountain pansy

  • Surveying on Greenham Common

    Surveying on Greenham Common

  • Striped shieldbug

    Striped shieldbug

  • Puffin


  • Colour
  • Red kite

    Red kite

  • Monkey orchid

    Monkey orchid

  • Shining hookeria

    Shining hookeria

  • Tay survey

    Saltmarsh survey - Tay Estuary

  • Verdigris fungus

    Verdigris fungus


News & Blogs

World Migratory Bird Day - May 10th

Tuesday, 09 May 2017 09:28
By now, most if not all of our summer visitors from the Mediterranean and Africa have arrived here to take advantage of the long days and fresh abundance of insects to breed and rear their…
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Completion of the European Red List of Habitats: a major milestone for the protection of our terrestrial and marine habitats

Friday, 20 January 2017 11:50
By Dr Natalie Sanders For the last three years, NatureBureau were part of the Project Management Team for the first ever European Red List of all habitats on our land and in our seas. It…
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Thursday, 19 January 2017 11:32
EUROPEAN HABITATS UNDER THREAT First ever Red List of all habitats on our land and in our seas. For the first time, a comprehensive assessment of European habitats has been carried out, providing a clear…
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Natalie's blog, Part 3: Marine mammal entanglement, strandings and necropsies (not for the faint hearted!)

Tuesday, 30 August 2016 10:41
During my time in British Columbia this summer, I attended a training event on marine mammal entanglement, strandings and necropsies at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Sadly, marine mammals all too frequently get…
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Natalie's blog, Part 2: Marine mammals of British Columbia: Killer whales (Orcinus orca)

Friday, 29 July 2016 09:13
  At present, only one species of killer whale (Orcinus orca) is recognized globally and there are thought to be more than 50,000 individuals that can be found across the globe. The killer whale populations…
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