Barn owl by Peter Smith
Find out how we protect wildlife across the North West, and the work you can get involved with.
We have over 50 Nature Reserves and Local Wildlife Sites across the region, so come and explore.
We work to protect wildlife for future generations, and this is how we do it.
Get involved, get out the house and get stuck in with some practical wildlife experiences.
We were founded in 1962 as The Lancashire Naturalists' Trust, discover our history, objectives and ethos.
We receive zero government funding and rely on our members and grants to support our charitable activities.
A scheme aimed at helping men from all walks of life, who have found themselves isolated from their wider community.
The Kingfisher Trail is a scenic 14-mile route connecting the West Pennine Moors to Bolton, Bury and Salford. Explore urban centres and…
The South Pennines Grasslands Project aims to restore, improve and create species-rich grassland on the West Pennine moors.
Myplace is an exciting and innovative ecotherapy based project delivered by the Lancashire Wildlife Trust in partnership with the…
The Carbon Landscape Partnership is transforming landscapes in Wigan, Warrington and Salford. Connecting habitats to create 'green…
The Fylde sand dunes are an important feature of our coastline, covering approximately 80 hectares between Starr Gate in the north and…