Wildlife

The catwalks of Europe will soon be graced with high fashion made from a very special fibre produced in a remote part of Lancashire

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Over Kellett Pond shouldn't be overlooked - it's home to important plants and animals. Alan Wright finds his way to Lancashire Wildlife Trust's smallest beauty spot

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The Irish Sea coast is an exciting place to spot wildlife both in and out of the water, says Alan Wright of Lancashire Wildlife Trust.

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Once a landscape scarred by mining, this is now an internationally-important area for wildlife

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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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