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.
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Traditional farming methods are enhancing grassland for butterflies, bees and many other creatures at Brockholes Nature Reserve.
A butterfly that has been extinct in Manchester since 1850 will return to the area once more, with help from our dedicated conservationists, volunteers and partners.
Stars speak up for wildlife in new film trailer hitting cinemas this weekend.
One of the North West’s most interesting nature reserves is looking for new Friends.
A bittern has been spotted climbing about in the reedbed at Doffcocker Lodge, and a lucky volunteer caught its antics on film.
LWT conservationists are thrilled to have spotted a host of insects new to the region throughout 2018.
Conservationists have welcomed the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework as a “positive approach” to wildlife in the county.
Plans for HS2, a multi-billion pound, high speed railway line from London to Manchester, are creating huge concerns for conservationists in the North West.
2018 has been one of our most exciting years yet. Thanks to our amazing members, supporters, volunteers, staff, partners and funders, we have achieved more than we ever thought possible.