Come on an adventure with us
If you come down to the woods tonight...you might just see lots of wildlife! Spy nocturnal creatures in their natural habitat at our Night-Time Wildlife Adventure.
Latest Cumbria wildlife events
Our events have been moved online, wherever possible, due to the coronavirus social distancing restrictions.
Wild about Words
Come to a creative writimg workshop for children and families.
Conservation day at Park Wood Nature Reserve
Come and join us at this varied nature reserve helping with a number of tasks.
Conservation day at Bowness on Solway
Join us on this old gravel pit reserve at Bowness on Solway for a day of conservation action.
The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them.
President Emeritus, The Wildlife Trusts
Insects are dying out EIGHT times faster than large mammals.
"Without insects many birds, bats, reptiles, amphibians, small mammals and fish would die out as they would have nothing to eat." Professor Dave Goulson
There's (probably) a Nature Reserve a few miles from you just waiting to be explored...
What's on near me?
Latest Cumbria wildlife news
Come and join us at SeaFest – west Cumbria’s festival of the sea
Join us at St Bees beach for a full-day celebration of marine wildlife, sustainable seafood and the big ocean blue
Predator-proof fence revives gull population at South Walney
Gull chicks fledge at our nature reserve near Barrow for first time since 2015 thanks to new fox and badger-proof fence
Here’s to a healthy partnership
The Lake District-based brand inov-8 has become a platinum corporate member
Latest Cumbria wildlife blogs
F is for Feathers, Flap, Fledge, FLY!
Mary, our Digital Marketing Officer, looks back at the past several days during which the Foulshaw Osprey chicks started to fledge.
Composting at home
I started totally using peat free compost in 2004 when working for BBC Gardeners World.
Swift Awareness Week
Swift expert Sarah Gibson explores the early life of these brilliant birds