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
New Government farming announcement will frustrate farmers and fail to help nature fast enough
This week the Government announced its Agricultural Transition Plan, following the Agriculture Act gaining royal assent. The Act was…
Black Friday goes green
Outdoor kit company inov-8 will donate funds from this year’s Black Friday sale to the Trust to help reduce CO2
Brighten up the winter lockdown by joining a wildlife digital event
Join us for a series of online events to help you connect with nature during the lockdown
Latest Cumbria wildlife blogs
Grey seals by Skomer Island warden, Nathan Wilkie
Grey seal pups are one of the most popular highlights of the UK nature calendar, with thousands of people heading to seal pupping…
Wildlife friendly garden sculptures
Wildlife-friendly sculpture? Why not give it a go, says Dyane
Poem: 'Apple trees at Gosling Sike'
Poetry inspired by the apple orchard at Gosling Sike.