A wonderful Lancashire Wildlife Trust colleague was remembered yesterday as we secured the first leaf on our new memory tree, located at Brockholes Nature Reserve.
With the summer holidays around the corner, pupils, parents and teachers from Bedford Primary School in Bootle, Merseyside came together with the Lancashire Wildlife Trust to celebrate the end of…
Spot seals, search the strandline for shark egg cases and ramble those rockpools this summer!
The UK’s top civil servant for the environment paid a visit to two Bolton beauty spots today to see how to protect and make use of green areas.
In a quiet corner of a North West nature reserve, carnivores are devouring their prey.
The Wildlife Trusts’ annual 30 Days Wild challenge was more popular than ever this year – 400,000 people carried out well over 10 million Random Acts of Wildness over the 30 days of June.
The first Manchester Festival of Nature had Heaton Park buzzing in the heat of Saturday, as thousands of people paid a visit.
Yesterday we joined school children, farmers, grandparents, surfers and many more passionate individuals in a mass lobby for urgent action on nature declines and climate change.
Rare and mysterious creatures will be protected in Lancashire’s estuaries, which have become part of a network of wildlife havens that will surround the UK.
An event in Blackpool will join in celebrations around the planet for World Oceans Day on Saturday 8 June 2019.