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…
Spring and summer aren’t the only seasons for moth-spotting – you can find moths in your garden all year-round! But which species prefer balmy summer nights and which like flying when it’s frosty…
What’s your favourite thing about autumn? Ours is fungi, and there are so many weird and wonderful wild mushrooms and moulds appearing at the moment that it’d be a crime not to go for a fungi walk…
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!
You’ve heard of Forest School, but what about Beach School? Find out how taking teaching to the beach is reconnecting children to the coast, no matter their background.
Bugs, birds, even dolphins – there have been so many incredible wildlife sightings in Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside over the past month.
With National Marine Week now upon us, we caught up with TWT Living Seas Officer, Donal Griffin, to find out just what The Wildlife Trust initiative, Shoresearch, is all about!
They brighten up spring, summer and even autumn with a kaleidoscope of colour, and they are one of the easiest creatures to see. What more excuse do you need to go on a butterfly hunt?
Happy National Marine Week! Are you ready to be inspired by the magical worlds that wait beneath the waves around the UK?
Forget Game of Thrones – you can spot real-life dragons right here in Lancashire!