Such mornings as this, seem to suggest rather than dictate how I should wander out on the moss.
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What a month. Storms Dennis and Ciara caused chaos across our region and Brockholes Nature Reserve was hit by flooding. Thankfully there was still plenty of wildlife to brighten up the month.
It’s definitely feeling fresh, but don’t let that stop you heading outside to explore the nature on your doorstep. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our January wildlife sightings in…
It’s back to reality here at the Wildlife Trust after a Christmas season filled with wildlife. In fact, December as a whole was packed with all kinds of fantastic wildlife sightings.
Brrrr, there’s definitely a chill in the air, but that didn’t stop wildlife right across Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside from keeping us on our toes through November.
Autumn has well and truly arrived. With leaves turning orange and migrant birds flying in from overseas, it’s a wonderful time to head out and spot wildlife. Here are some of our top wildlife…
It’s been a busy month in our region. Insects have been making the most of the last pollen and nectar, many summer migrant birds have started flying back to warmer climes and fungi are popping up…
Can you feel the first wisps of autumn creeping in? We’ve experienced the best of summer nature and ended the month feeling truly autumnal – read all about our latest sightings!
Bugs, birds, even dolphins – there have been so many incredible wildlife sightings in Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside over the past month.
With the arrival of summer comes a literal buzz of new life across Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside, from humming dragonflies to busy bees.