• Giants spotted off the North West coast

    Wednesday 24th June, 2015

    Humpback whale by David Slater

    Sightings of some of the ocean’s bigger animals in the Irish Sea is evidence that smaller creatures are thriving off the North West Coast.

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  • A trail fit for a king

    Tuesday 23rd June, 2015

    Kingfisher by Peter Smith

    One of Britain’s most iconic birds will be the star of a riverside trail being revived to link walkers to their historic past and to benefit wildlife.

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  • Courier’s green for go

    Monday 22nd June, 2015

    Courier company EcoSpeed is advertising its green credentials by carrying The Lancashire Wildlife Trust logo on some of its vans.

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  • We're national charity of the week (6-12 June)!

    Thursday 4th June, 2015

    The Wildlife Trusts movement is charity of the week for players of People’s Postcode Lottery this 6-12th June 2015 and the Lancashire Wildlife Trust is one of three Trusts funded by players to reach out to communities with Forest Schools education projects.

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  • Chat Moss Project Blog - May 2015

    Friday 22nd May, 2015

    Spring has been in the air out on the mosses, and in this latest blog the Mosslands team explain how both the wildlife and local community have been enjoying the changes the season has brought...

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  • Out and about with Forest Schools in Manchester

    Monday 18th May, 2015

    Children have been discovering some of the UK’s 46 ladybird species on our Moston Fairway nature reserve whilst enjoying our Forest Schools project funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

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  • Call for action after hen harriers vanish

    Wednesday 13th May, 2015

    Hen Harrier, juvenile male © Mike Watson

    The Lancashire Wildlife Trust is calling for an urgent investigation after the devastating news that three male hen harriers have vanished from nest sites in the Forest of Bowland.

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  • Rare bird causes a flutter on the moss

    Wednesday 13th May, 2015

    Female stone curlew in Norfolk by Lawrie Webb

    Bird watchers have been out in force on the North West’s youngest nature reserve to catch a glimpse of a rare and strange bird.

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  • Wild Parties going down a storm in Bolton!

    Thursday 30th April, 2015

    The Lancashire Wildlife Trust's Greater Manchester offices in Bolton offers adventurous youngsters the chance to have a 'Wild Birthday Party'! Find out how they have been going down a storm...

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  • A Cutacre above the rest

    Monday 20th April, 2015

    An area of farmland in Wigan will be an exciting example of how agriculture can benefit wildlife.

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