Thieves have again caused a major setback to work on Salford’s wildest nature reserve.
Wildlife Watch groups are an exciting way to explore local wildlife close to home and share moments with other really wild children!
From willow weaving workshops to inspiring talks about conquering the plastic crisis, our 2018 Volunteer Conference was a huge success.
We are currently experiencing a squirrel pox outbreak in Formby, in the Lifeboat Road area.
The Wildlife Trusts' response to the Bovine TB Strategy Review.
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust are giving a school in Liverpool the opportunity to join their exciting forest school project as part of the Liverpool City Region’s Year of the Environment…
In 2012, Museum of Liverpool archaeologists discovered a rare 9,000-year old Stone Age settlement at Lunt Meadows, and now, you can explore it for yourself through the power of augmented reality,…
A staggering 7,000 plants have been added to Little Woolden Moss, Salford, in week-long effort to improve the landscape.
Running 6 marathons in a year is something most people wouldn’t even contemplate, but that’s exactly what Steve Tingle is doing this year, all in aid of the Myplace project.
A wildlife trail to encourage families to visit a Salford nature reserve has been hit by thieves, again.