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Discover Cumbria's Wildlife

Beautiful beaches, natural woodlands, picturesque parks, fabulous fells and gorgeous gardens - Cumbria has it all. Whether you're on holiday in the Lake District or visiting Cumbria's coast, there is wildlife at every turn and in every habitat. Animals from red squirrels and red deer to birds to badgers. There's all sorts of nature to discover on big hill hikes, or short valley walks.

The pages below give detailed information on different aspects of Cumbria's wildlife written by local people.  To find out more about other animals, birds and plants native to the UK  see the A-Z in the Wildlife section of our web site where you can find photos and a short descriptions of many species.

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Autumn colours
Bats
Berries
Bluebells in Cumbria
Burdockhttp://www.cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk/Burdock
Butterflies
Bumblebees
Coastal Birds
Coming home for summer
Coping with the heat
Cumbria's butterflies by month
Day-flying moths
Duke of Burgundy
Earthworms
Gardening for wildlife
Gorse
Grazing the land
Greenshoots
Hawfinch
Hay meadows
Hedgehogs
Ivy
It's warm in your loft
Jellyfish
Lady's slipper orchid
Magpies
Microclimates
Migrating birds
Mounds of earth
Mystery of Eycott Hill

Orchids named after insects
Ospreys
Pearl-bordered fritillaries
Rabbits
Rivers
Rooftops
Tides
Wild daffodils
Wild thyme

 

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