This month's photo competition theme was ‘Your Favourites’, and we received an amazing selection of images which illustrated the wonderful diversity of wildlife and wild places in our region…
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Birds are beginning to nest, and not all of them in trees. Many birds nest on the ground and it’s really important to avoid disturbing them. We’re here to help you learn more about ground nesting-…
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.
As swallows and warblers leave our shores and a heavy winter silence seems to descend, a great migration brings hope - the wonderful winter spectacle of redwings.
Learning how to identify birds of prey (also known as raptors) can be confusing, but with so many amazing species flying, hunting and breeding in our region, it is well worth it.
While we’re jetting off to warmer climes a whole host of birds are heading straight for our shores to feed, breed and make the most of what is, for them, the perfect holiday hotspot.
They adorn festive greeting cards that are covered in snow and frost-coated berries. They are also seen all year round, so why is little robin red breast so synonymous with Christmas?
There is something mysterious and magical about owls: those saucer-like eyes and that graceful, ghostly flight. Seeing one in the wild is unforgettable, so why not try to spot one?
It’s all change in the bird world. As autumn wraps us in a chilly blanket and leaves turn a fiery orange, many species leave the UK for warmer shores and are replaced by other migrants seeking…
A meal that is normally out of reach for Lancashire’s oystercatchers is on the summertime menu at Mere Sands Wood.