• The Month of September 2015 Goes By—Nicely

    Wednesday 7th October, 2015

    David Steel with local birders

    Not on Little Wooden Moss/Cadishead Moss every day of this month only 19 (although I did manage 30 visits to the Salford Mosslands as a whole) but enough to pick a bouquet of ‘flowers’ brimming with colour from these nascent LWT reserves - Mosslands super birder David Steel

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  • National Badger Day

    Tuesday 6th October, 2015

    Badger emerging from its sett

    Today is National Badger Day organised by the Badger Trust, supported by The Wildlife Trusts.

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  • Lunt opens its gates

    Friday 2nd October, 2015

    Sunny day at Lunt

    Members and partners from around the region paid a visit to Lunt Meadows Flood Storage Reservoir and Nature Reserve, in Merseyside.

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  • Forest Schools funding forum aims for a big bang

    Thursday 17th September, 2015

    We’re inviting teachers to join us for a free Forest Schools funding forum at Bowker Vale Primary School near Heaton Park in Manchester 1-3pm on Tuesday 29th September.

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  • Putting nature at the heart of plans for farming and for water

    Tuesday 15th September, 2015

    River Ribble

    Voluntary organisations have come together to produce ambitious visions for England’s farmland and the country’s water.

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  • Lookout for Wonderful Nature!

    Monday 14th September, 2015

    Visitors will be able to look out at some of Lancashire’s wonderful wildlife with the opening of a state-of-the-art bird hide.

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  • Solar farm to boost electricity and wildlife

    Tuesday 8th September, 2015

    A plan to create a solar farm on a nature reserve will boost local renewable electricity supply and benefit wildlife - and could become an industry-leading project.

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  • Submit your photo to win a #‎WildsPlay‬ Day of nature engagement with Nick Baker!

    Tuesday 8th September, 2015

    Flying kites, skimming stones or chasing butterflies? What outdoor fun activity does your family enjoy doing together? Show us what you love and you could win a visit from naturalist and television presenter Nick Baker to a school, youth club or children’s group of your choice!

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  • The Lancashire Wildlife Trust Backs Remember a Charity Week

    Monday 7th September, 2015

    The Lancashire Wildlife Trust will be joining 140 other charities in support of this year's Remember A Charity Week (7th – 13th September 2015).

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  • Forest Schools enter the new school year

    Friday 4th September, 2015

    It's a new school year - and that has led to plenty of excitement amongst those involved in our PPL Forest Schools project in urban Manchester. Our Communications Officer Adam Moolna explains why...

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