This summer, green-fingered volunteers have turned their houses and gardens into plant nurseries, growing native wildflowers for Lancashire Wildlife Trust, as part of a trial to involve people in…
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Bees, daisies, herring gulls and much rarer species have been recorded as part of a project to assess populations of urban wildlife in Merseyside.
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.
This summer, from 1 June - 30 June, young naturalists across Liverpool City are being asked to put their wildlife spotting skills to the test.
Congratulations to our Merseyside team who accepted an award in the Echo Environment Awards 2020, last night.
An appeal to raise funds to protect the North West’s only stronghold for red squirrels has reached its first target.
We've welcomed some new additions to our conservation team with the birth of several Golden Guernsey goat kids at Freshfield Dune Heath Nature Reserve in Merseyside.