Do you have an urban oasis? Could you become a potted champion? This is your winter gardening guide to bring nature right to your doorstep.
They’re snuffly, cute and loveable, they’re a little bit weird and completely wonderful; but when was the last time you saw a hedgehog?
Somehow today’s dawn seemed to be aware that the final day of my festive odyssey was at an end and Christmas, with all its fizz and sparkle, was over for another year.
Winter is a wonderful time to see wildlife, particularly for fans of our feathered friends. Our lakes, rivers, reservoirs and coasts are a winter home for an estimated 2.1 million ducks!
A mishmash of a day in the wild, you might say a rehash of an earlier report for today the jaunt started at 6.15am and the Wild soon dragged me, slightly reluctantly, into the dark and onto…
A chance to give something back for nature for today was my first of three winter bird counts out on Little Woolden Moss Nature Reserve for the Lancashire Wildlife Trust
This search for the Wild took me away from the moss but in truth still a part of the connectivity that the Wild needs to survive.
It’s back to reality here at Wildlife Trust towers after a Christmas season filled with wildlife. In fact, December as a whole was packed with all kinds of fantastic wildlife sightings.
What can we do for the wild? This was my thought today, my wander into the wild was about to start.
The wild offered another cuppa, a comfy chair, a garden suddenly buzzing with birds - 15 goldfinch, seven long-tailed tit, six greenfinch and even a magpie seemed to suggest that I needn’t wander…