Latest Cumbria wildlife events
Our events have been moved online, wherever possible, due to the coronavirus social distancing restrictions.
Dynamic Dunescapes Conservation Day at Haverigg Dunes
Join our team of dedicated volunteers to help us conserve Haverigg Dunes.
Dynamic Dunescapes Beach Clean at South Walney
Want to help the wildlife on our coast? - Book onto a beach clean
'If bats are blind, why don't they fly into trees?'
Join Chairman of South Cumbria Bat Group, Rich Flight, as he answers this question and explains how bats use sound in ways we can't…
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
What's on near me?
There's (probably) a Nature Reserve a few miles from you just waiting to be explored...
Latest Cumbria wildlife news
Sighting of marsh fritillary butterfly sends hopes fluttering at Eycott Hill
The sighting last summer of a rare and endangered butterfly at Eycott Hill near Berrier was one of many important insects recorded on…
Excitement as Foulshaw osprey spotted in The Gambia
Osprey which hatched at Foulshaw Moss in 2016 is now thriving on the West African coast
Sea creatures great and small
Our marine highlights from 2020 offer a fascinating glimpse into the diversity of wildlife found in the Irish Sea and on the Cumbrian…
Latest Cumbria wildlife blogs
A winter poem
The latest poem by writer in residence Susan Cartwright-Smith.
Local writer and poet Catherine Morgan Wania, from South Lakeland, recently collaborated with Teazhy, a Nigerian poet, to write a poem…
How to identify diving ducks
Diving ducks can be seen year-round, but winter brings a boost in numbers as birds arrive from Northern Europe and Russia. This guide…