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A pair of one of the UK’s rarest birds, the Eurasian bittern, has successfully bred at Lunt Meadows nature reserve for the first time in the reserve’s short 10-year history.
10 new projects contribute to 30% of land for nature by 2030 and Sir David Attenborough backs new phase of 30 by 30 ambition.
Thanks to generous funding from Biffa Award, we're on track to make our Lunt Meadows nature reserve even better for people and wildlife in 2021.
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…
An appeal to raise funds to protect the North West’s only stronghold for red squirrels has reached its first target.
Today The Wildlife Trusts publish a new report, ‘Reversing the decline of insects’, which shows how people, in every part of society, wherever they live, can take action to bring back insects.…
We back a new form of protection for the sea and are calling on Government for an ambitious delivery plan for Highly Protected Marine Areas within a year.
Dog owners are being asked to keep their pets under control during a critical time for wildlife.
The Agriculture Bill, returning to Parliament today, must solve the nature crisis to ensure future food security.