We were overwhelmed by the response to our 2020 hedgehog survey. A fantastic 1,085 of you submitted your hedgehog sightings, and the results are finally in.
Putting a pond in your garden is one of the best things you can do to help wildlife, but why? Our Senior Conservation Officer, John Lamb, explains what's so great about ponds and how you can…
As the dark, cold days of winter finally start to fade, it’s time to head outside and enjoy nature’s wonderful signs of spring.
Snow, hail, floods, sunshine, gales – we had every weather imaginable last month – not that the wildlife seemed to mind! Here are the latest sightings from our nature reserves.
We may be a ‘wet’ nation, but wetlands – wildlife-rich, carbon-capturing oases – are in shorter supply than you might think. Wetlands have largely been removed from our landscape, and this loss is…
January’s photo competition theme was ‘A Winter’s Scene’ and last month's beautiful snowfall offered the perfect opportunity to capture some sensational images.
The UK’s wading birds are some of the hardest species to tell apart, but never fear! We’re here to help you out with some pointers.
December saw our region transformed by a blanket of snow, just in time for our December photography competition which was themed 'Festive Fun'. Here are the results.
Now it’s time perhaps to bring the wild home as another lockdown starts and #12DaysWild and the 12 Days of Christmas comes to a close.
December brought beautiful snowy landscapes, a chance to recalibrate and, of course, lots of wonderful wildlife sightings at our nature reserves in Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside.