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The Broad-bodied chaser dragonfly has been steadily moving north through the country for many years and it is becoming more frequent in the northern half of Cumbria.
Osprey chicks have hatched at Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve for the seventh year running
Young osprey which hatched last year at Foulshaw Moss is now thriving on the West African coast
Two new bird hides have been installed at Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve, giving visitors a great viewing point to see an array of woodland birds, as well as our popular summer visitors, two…
Lakelovers Holiday Cottages is one of the latest Cumbrian-based companies to join the Trust as a corporate member
Benches, kid’s explorer backpacks, and a printed visitor guide are all new features planned for South Cumbria’s biggest nature reserve, thanks to a grant from Tarmac Limited Landfill Communities…
It’s 20 years since Cumbria Wildlife Trust acquired Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve near Witherslack