Is it that time of year already? As we move into July the early spring bees have finished their work and we start to see solitary wasps with more frequency and will start to see new queen…
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Locally known as the Manchester argus, habitat destruction forced the large heath butterfly into extinction across Greater Manchester well over 100 years ago, but through our Species…
Mowing the lawn can be a real pain in the grass.
As we move into May and late spring we will start to see the first tiny workers of our early spring bumblebees. Karen McCartney gives us some species to look out for.
Meteorologically spring has sprung but for me personally spring begins when I start to see the first bees emerging after what feels like a long winter.
In the tiny world of insects, finding a suitable mate can be a BIG challenge - our love bugs need to pull out all the stops.
Do you have an urban oasis? Could you become a potted champion? This is your winter gardening guide to bring nature right to your doorstep.
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.
Are bats really blind? How do bats stop themselves feeling dizzy after hanging upside-down all day? Super-fast muscles?!
From our infamous worker bee to the more unusual looking shield bugs with bodies resembling medieval armour, Manchester is crawling with insects.