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.
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Some are bright and showy while others are subtle and delicate, but one thing’s for sure, all of the orchids found in our region are very special.
You may have heard or even seen a cuckoo during spring, but have you seen a cuckoo bee? Learn all about these fascinating insects and pick up some handy ID tips.
Winter is a wonderful time to see wildlife, particularly for fans of our feathered friends. Our lakes, rivers, reservoirs and coasts are a winter home for an estimated 2.1 million ducks!
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…
Forget Game of Thrones – you can spot real-life dragons right here in Lancashire!
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.
Have you heard the familiar whirr of bees buzzing around your garden yet? Many species emerge in spring to gorge on early nectar and find nest sites, so it’s the perfect time to go on a little bee…
Through snow, mud, sand or soil, animals (and humans) cannot hide their tracks or footprints. But how do we know what tracks we are looking at?