Chat Moss birding legend, Dave Steel, shares why he loves our mosslands.
Blog: By Tag
The COVID-19 virus outbreak is placing severe restrictions on our working lives, but the Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside will continue to work, under strict controls…
I have become a detective; an investigator seeking clues; peering into burrows and carefully searching through grass and mud for one of the UK’s most elusive creatures, the water vole.
The climate crisis now regularly makes the headlines, and rightly so. But there’s another crisis – inextricably linked – lurking too often unnoticed in its shadow: the massive, ongoing loss of…
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?
Swifts are now on the Amber List of endangered birds, but thankfully, a fantastic local group is working to reverse their decline in our region.
Brighter Breightmet is a meeting of wildlife and community which, since 2016, has been restoring the graveyard of St James’ Church in the area of Bolton known as Breightmet. Find out how they…
As Remember a Charity Week begins, Individual Giving Officer, Victoria Lamb, takes a look back at the rich history of the Trust and how far we have come.
An inspiring conversation with Sammy Kitchen, from Ousel Nest LNR, proves that with steely determination we can accomplish amazing things for wildlife.
Sand dunes aren’t just a feature of exotic deserts – we have our very own sand dune systems in Lancashire and Merseyside. But how did they form, and why are sand dunes so important?