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Salthill Quarry is of special interest to geologists and ecologists alike but remains off the beaten track for many visitors to East Lancashire. The Wildlife Trusts' Alan Wright ponders why

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Heysham Moss is home to a variety of wildlife that is enjoyed by many local people, as Alan Wright discovers

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We go in search of one of our rarest reptiles, a creature that would look more at home on a Caribbean beach. Lancashire Wildlife Trust's Molly Toal investigates

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Why we should love slugs

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Dancing gastropods are just some of the delights found among housing estates at Moston Fairway.

Alan Wright spends a day exploring.

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Kirkless was once the site of the largest iron and steel works in Europe. Now it has been transformed by The Lancashire Wildlife Trust. Alan Wright wanders among the rabbit rocks

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Shearing sheep requires strength and skill, as writer and photographer Irene Amiet discovered during a day on a Lancashire farm

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Just what attracts millions of spectacular birds and almost as many people to this wetland? Writer and photographer Irene Amiet aims to find out.

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Alan Wright of the Lancashire Wildlife Trust explains why he - and Aflie the Lakeland Terrier - love Brinscall Moor

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