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.
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We've unveiled exciting new plans to help transform Manchester into a wildlife-rich city.
Two months after we collected pregnant large heath butterflies from a special donor site, more than 150 rare caterpillars have hatched in their temporary home at Chester Zoo, destined for release…
Heaton Park will be a hive of activity on Saturday 29 June when the Manchester Festival of Nature (#MFoN) creates a massive buzz.
One of the North West’s most interesting nature reserves is looking for new Friends.
Manchester is going wild - and setting the standard for cities all over the United Kingdom with our new My Wild City project.
Conservationists have welcomed the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework as a “positive approach” to wildlife in the county.
Their job is to sell Manchester to the world and they now have an added an environmentally-friendly attraction to their portfolio.