Do you remember the meadow where you used to watch butterflies dancing from flower to flower? Do you remember getting up early to go into the wood to listen to the birds singing heartily? Do you…
The Wildlife Trusts are angry that the Government has, again, extended its badger cull in an attempt to eradicate bovine tuberculosis in cattle.
Reforms in the Government’s White Paper, Planning for the Future will increase the threat to nature in England and do little to create better homes and communities for wildlife and people.
Volunteers have been working hard in preparation for next year’s Whalley in Bloom.
Watching wildlife from your window is a life saver and has helped people to escape from their lockdown isolation during the Coronavirus pandemic, our new report has revealed.
Congratulations to our Merseyside team who accepted an award in the Echo Environment Awards 2020, last night.
Over the last three years conservationists have been giving the UK's rarest lizard a helping hand. Captive bred sand lizards have been released on the Fylde Sand Dunes as part of a long-term…
This week our Youth Council got the opportunity to speak with Shadow Minister for Young People and MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood, Cat Smith, about some issues close to their heart.
An appeal to raise funds to protect the North West’s only stronghold for red squirrels has reached its first target.
Evidence suggests that the elusive nightjar has returned to, and possibly bred on one of Manchester’s peatlands for the first time in 20 years.