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Big Wild Walk

Pull on your boots and help us raise vital funds to tackle the nature and climate crisis.

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Image by Matthew Roberts

Nature is still open, and it is still here for you.

As the Government Guidelines change over the next few months, please ensure that when you visit us you do so within the current restrictions and roadmap updates. 

Please check for updates on opening times and read more here.


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Nature moments

Download our new app

Your phone is about to get a whole lot wilder!

Our brand new app will help you ID the wildlife you see, keep up to date with our work and even explore an augmented reality trail at Brockholes nature reserve, guided by Badger!

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Fox moth caterpillar

Fox moth caterpillar ©David Longshaw

Discover wildlife

What do moths and butterflies do in winter?

Discover the different survival strategies that moths and butterflies use to survive the winter months, from hiding away in sheltered spots as adults, to entering a kind of hibernation as caterpillars.

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What we're doing

Keep up to date with our work to protect wildlife across Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside by following us on social media.

The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them.
Sir David Attenborough

Get closer to nature

We run events right across our region to help people forge a deeper connection with the magical natural world on their doorstep. Whether you fancy a woodland walk in Lancashire, a moth morning in Manchester or an egg case hunt on the Merseyside coast, there's something for everyone.

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