The Manchester Festival of Nature
The Manchester Festival of Nature is a celebration of the wild plants and creatures that inhabit the city and its surroundings. Organised by the Manchester Nature Consortium, it features everyone involved in conservation in the North West.
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The people of Manchester are so lucky to have such wonderful wildlife on their doorsteps and we can't wait to help them experience it
Who is involved in MFoN?
The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside | Cheshire Wildlife Trust | City of Trees | Action for Conservation | The Conservation Volunteers | RSPB | The National Trust | RHS Bridgewater | Manchester Museum | Manchester Metropolitan University | University of Manchester | Whitworth Art Gallery | Friends of the Earth | Canal and River Trust | The Carbon Landscape | Lancashire Peatlands Initiative | Butterfly Conservation Lancashire | Manchester City Council | Heaton Park | Greater Manchester Combined Authority | Groundwork | Greater Manchester Birding City Region | Cheshire Badger Conservation Programme | Greater Manchester Local Records Centre
This is a chance to understand and cherish the amazing wildlife in the city
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