Grey seal pups are one of the most popular highlights of the UK nature calendar, with thousands of people heading to seal pupping hotspots to see the fluffy white pups for themselves. The UK is…
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Visiting local Nature reserves and observing seasonal changes.
Wildlife and wild flowers seen on local walks.
Garden observations and visits to Cumbria Wildlife Trust Reserves during lockdown
Wild flowers and wildlife seen on local walks.
Our Nature blog for March 2020, with plants and wildlife seen on on local walks.
August has been a busy month, with the school holidays in full swing the woodlands have been visited by many intrepid explorers.
Burns Beck Moss is just 5 miles east of Kendal but has a genuine “out in the wilderness” feel to it. There’s ample parking in the disused quarry opposite and a clear, if boggy, path around the…
Just outside Egremont, a mile or so along a wooded lane hides a wonderful secret garden.
For such a big reserve this is going to be a rather short blog, this is mainly because despite its size there is only a relatively small portion accessible to the public, but it’s still well worth…