A pair of breeding ospreys has returned to our South Lakeland nature reserve, prompting hopes that osprey chicks will hatch here for the seventh year running
Keep up to date with our stories, research, projects and challenges as we work to save wildlife and wild places in Cumbria.
Cumbria, Lancashire and Cheshire Wildlife Trusts receive £300,000 to champion and protect important wildlife and habitats in the Irish Sea
Volunteers have started work on a new natural flood defence project at Birds Park, to the east of Kendal, to help research the effectiveness of slowing the flow of floodwater from Stock Beck East…
Over five years this special place has been put into natural recovery for everyone’s benefit.
Leading organisations seek future talent with the announcement of an expanded marine internship programme
Following the success of last year’s part-time, 12 week pilot programme funded by The Crown Estate, a new six month internship focused on the marine environment has been announced for the North…
We're delighted that scientific trial to release beavers into enclosure gets go-ahead in Cumbria
We are deeply saddened by news of the death of Professor David Bellamy, scientist, author, broadcaster, environmental campaigner and botanist
Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) have been found at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve, the first known record at this site in recent recording history.
A new 600-metre-long boardwalk has recently opened at Drumburgh Moss Nature Reserve on the Solway
Our Get Cumbria Buzzing film is shortlisted for a national award