January’s photo competition theme was ‘A Winter’s Scene’ and last month's beautiful snowfall offered the perfect opportunity to capture some sensational images.
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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.
December saw our region transformed by a blanket of snow, just in time for our December photography competition which was themed 'Festive Fun'. Here are the results.
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.
Sometimes, getting outdoors simply isn’t possible. Those gloomy winter days call for a cup of something warm and a gentle activity to soothe the soul.
Winter means we often find ourselves spending more time indoors, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Why not take it as an opportunity to curl up with one of our favourite nature books?
From starling murmurations at Brockholes to resplendent short-eared owls in full flight at Lunt Meadows, here are some of the top winter wildlife spectacles you can see in our region this season…
It’s cold, the days are shorter and there is still so much uncertainty in the world. Whilst a winter hibernation may seem tempting, it’s so important to keep going. Here are five little ways to…
In spite of the somewhat changeable weather this February, our brand new photography competition has burst into life with some fabulous entries demonstrating that whatever the conditions, all of…
Poke around in the nooks and crannies of your garden and you'll find life even in the depths of winter, as our volunteer and guest blogger, David Merry, demonstrates.