Protecting wildlife and wild places for the future
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
Beaver trial gets go-ahead in Cumbria
We're delighted that scientific trial to release beavers into enclosure gets go-ahead in Cumbria
We remember David Bellamy
We are deeply saddened by news of the death of Professor David Bellamy, scientist, author, broadcaster, environmental campaigner and…
Atlantic salmon return to Eycott Hill Nature Reserve
Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) have been found at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve, the first known record at this site in recent recording…
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Latest Cumbria wildlife blogs
Cold conservation days and coppice coup chatter - January 2020 Blog
We have had another wet month with the occasional beautiful sunny day. The tree nursery is starting to bulge at the seams with trees,…
Wild, Wet and Twig Who’s Who (Staveley Woodlands December Blog)
I thought I would start my recount of December with a big “Happy New Year” for 2020. I hope you all have lots of wonderful wild plans…
Discover Hutton Roof Crags
In his 2019 round up, volunteer Bryan Yorke shares some amazing wildlife highlights from Hutton Roof Crags. This special nature reserve…