Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex officially opens new visitor cabin at South Walney Nature Reserve
Keep up to date with our stories, research, projects and challenges as we work to save wildlife and wild places in Cumbria.
We're delighted that six more Marine Conservation Zones are designated in the Irish Sea, creating a network of protected areas
Thousands take up challenge to go wild every day in June
Hot off the heels of World Biodiversity Day and World Bee Day, the National Lottery Heritage Fund is announcing just under £2m in grants to save, protect and reintroduce wildlife across the county…
An exciting conservation project is introducing one of Britain’s rarest dragonflies to Drumburgh Moss
New wildflower nursery to be created at Gosling Sike thanks to £3,000 grant from United Utilities Legacy Fund through the Cumbria Community Foundation
Cumbria Wildlife Trusts advises against practice of netting hedgerows to stop wildlife nesting
A pair of breeding ospreys has returned to Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve, prompting hopes that chicks will hatch here for the sixth year running
Kirkby Stephen’s stunning Smardale Nature Reserve, which lies on part of the old Tebay to Darlington railway line, has always been popular with wildlife tourists, locals and walkers.
Head to the Cumbrian coast this spring and discover seals, birds and a whole lot more!