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
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Latest Cumbria wildlife news
New funding will transform former golf driving range into a wildlife haven
A former golf course and driving range in Carlisle city centre will become the very first urban bee and butterfly oasis in the North…
Excitement as first grey seal pup of season spotted at South Walney
The first grey seal pup to be born this breeding season was spotted at South Walney Nature Reserve on 5 October 2020.
Local environmental organisations will benefit from a share of £246k grant to fund a post-pandemic Green Recovery
The National Lottery Heritage Fund awards emergency funds to Cumbria Wildlife Trust and others to help with nature recovery planning in…
Latest Cumbria wildlife blogs
The magical world of moths
Moths do lots outside the worlds of showbiz and fashion, writes Alasdair McKee
Summer at Eycott by Oscar Adams
Over the summer I have become a little more acquainted with Eycott’s most prominent inhabitant, the Belted Galloways.
Nature Diary No. 7 early June by Peter and Sylvia Woodhead
Visiting local Nature reserves and observing seasonal changes.