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  • Views and volcanoes at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve this September

    Wednesday 30th August, 2017

    Guided walk at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    A series of free events at Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s Eycott Hill Nature Reserve this September will allow visitors to unleash their inner artist, discover a landscape millions of years in the making, or enjoy free guided walks.

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  • Kendal is Cumbria’s hedgehog-friendly town

    Friday 25th August, 2017

    Kendal is Cumbria's hedgehog-friendly town. Photo: Gillian Day

    Kendal residents are leading the way in spotting Cumbrian hedgehogs, according to new research by a student at the University of Cumbria, working in conjunction with Cumbria Wildlife Trust.

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  • Your chance to vote for a new wildlife community garden

    Friday 25th August, 2017

    Gosling Sike Farm, Houghton. The next phase is the community wildlife garden

    Cumbria Wildlife Trust is bidding to bag a cash boost this autumn from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative, for its 'Explore, Learn and Grow' community garden project at Gosling Sike Farm, near Carlisle.

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  • New tale trail for South Walney Nature Reserve

    Thursday 17th August, 2017

    New tale trail and Wildlife Watcher backpacks for South Walney Nature Reserve

    Darwin, the little eider chick is a bit scared. Newly hatched on the shingle beach at South Walney Nature Reserve, his brothers and sisters rush off to explore, but he’d rather stay in the safety of the nest.

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  • Wildlife partnership flying high

    Monday 14th August, 2017

    David Edwards at Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve

    Cumbria Wildlife Trust is celebrating a flourishing 10 year partnership with Vine House Farm, working together for wildlife.

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  • Wildlife supporters toast nature reserve

    Tuesday 8th August, 2017

    30th Anniversary of Waitby Greenriggs Nature Reserve

    It’s 30 years since Waitby Greenriggs Nature Reserve, a four hectare stretch of the old Stainmore Railway and Eden Valley branch line near Kirkby Stephen, was purchased by Cumbria Wildlife Trust from British Rail.

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  • Summer adventures at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    Monday 7th August, 2017

    Exploring the wetland at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    New visitor interpretation, free printed guides, and story trail leaflets will help all ages make exciting wildlife discoveries at Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s Eycott Hill Nature Reserve near Penrith this summer.

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  • Call for new Cumbrian wildlife recorders!

    Wednesday 2nd August, 2017

    Wildlife recording day at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    Cumbria Wildlife Trust and Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre are looking for budding wildlife recorders to help contribute wildlife records for the county. Two fun and informal training days are taking place at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve and Mungrisdale Village Hall to show people how easy it is to get involved.

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  • Beached Art is a big draw

    Tuesday 1st August, 2017

    The Gregersens, winners of the 2017 Beached Art sand sculpture competition

    Several hundred people joined in the beach fun at St Bees recently, taking part in the annual Beached Art event run by Cumbria Wildlife Trust.

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  • Marvellous moths at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    Friday 28th July, 2017

    Moth identification course at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    Join Cumbria Wildlife Trust on Tuesday 8th August and learn how to identify beautiful moths on a free one day course at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve.

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