Archive of: Charlotte Owen
22 May 2022
We thought we’d take a look at how a few animal characteristics are perceived or understood in our language use - then think about whether or not there’s truth in those reputations - such as - are Weasels weasily?!
16 May 2022
Wet weather wildlife. Which creatures either love, hate or just about tolerate rain? asks Charlotte Owen
12 April 2022
Sussex Wildlife Trust is urging people to please stop feeding the ducks at Woods Mill nature reserve because excess bread is polluting the lake and harming wildlife.
29 March 2022
Snakes are often thought of as exotic creatures to be admired (or avoided) on holidays in hotter countries, but Britain is home to three native species of snake.
18 March 2022
Here’s our guide to frogs, toads and newts.
14 March 2022
Every year, WildCall gets lots of phone calls from people worried about the frog spawn and tadpoles in their ponds. Here are the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.
09 February 2022
We’re still in winter, but there are plenty of birds to be seen. This guide will help you identify some of the feathered friends you’re most likely to see - and hear - from home.
24 November 2021
There’s a secret world beneath your feet - of soil. Charlotte Owen tells us more
15 November 2021
Have you noticed that the Oak trees have been a bit bare this autumn? We’ve seen hardly any acorns but there were plenty last year. What’s going on? Charlotte Owen explains about mast years.
28 October 2021
Charlotte Owen tells us about a tree introduced by the Romans - the sweet chestnut
20 October 2021
What’s going on when leaves change colour in autumn?
18 October 2021
With the nights beginning to draw in hedgehogs are now preparing for hibernation. Here are five ways you can help your local hedgehogs this autumn.