When’s the last time you took a detour on your way home from work?
Gyrating beetles and bugs with ‘snorkels’ – the watery world of invertebrates is a surprising one indeed
Watch grey seals feeding on the River Tees – and help the Trust complete their annual survey
Volunteer Sarah Baxter gets to know her fellow helpers with the Kennet & Avon working group
Take a walk with Trust ecologist Mark Robinson and author Hugh Warwick as they explore how canals provide safe passage for our most-loved creatures
Otters have been making a comeback in Britain’s waterways since the 1960s, when they were almost extinct in some areas. Now, a new survey by the Canal & River Trust reveals they’re even present in central Birmingham. Join us as we follow in the wake of the otter spotters…
Share in the experiences of our writer-in-residence, Jasper Winn, as he documents his 24-hour gongoozling vigil beside the Macclesfield Canal
Enroll a friend, pack your binoculars and a thermos and embark on a twilight stroll along the towpath as the Summer Triangle makes its first appearance of the year
Journey from Pluto to the Sun on this unique canal walk in Somerset
Seek out lost medieval bridges on this short circular walk from Braunston Marina.