Birds of prey
River Bourne Chalk Stream
Fisherton Community Orchard (apples)
Rare bee, Andrena hattorfiana, a solitary mining bee, seen in Wilton and 'The Secret Garden', Salisbury.
Otter in Churchill Gardens
Confluence of 5 chalk rivers
River Bourne Flood Meadow
One of Britain's most threatened birds of prey, the hen harrier, has been roosting on Salisbury Plain
Otters spotted in River Avon, Churchill Gardens
Lampreys in River Avon
Wayside plaque explaining that this path would not be here if the Salisbury bypass had been built.
Conservation of rare small blue butterfly at the RSPBs Winterbourne Downs nature reserve at Newton Tony.
Felling of ancient poplar trees at Fisherton Recreation Ground.
Description of poplar tree felling at Fisherton Recreation Ground
Description of River Avon SSSI
Mural of 'goggle-eyed plover' aka stone curlew, painted on the wall of the toilet block in Queen Elizabeth Gardens, Salisbury, to celebrate the welcome success of the Wessex Stone Curlew project.