Wildlife

Where would we be without worms? The Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Ellen Sherlock digs in her garden to find out

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Practical experience can be key to landing your dream job in conservation, says Becky Royce of the Carbon Landscape Partnership.

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Lindsay McCrae started watching birds in the Lake District as a young boy and he is now one of the most well-travelled wildlife cameramen in the business.

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New fish passes mean salmon and trout can reach parts of our rivers they’ve not visited for centuries

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Walking is a great way to stay active, lose weight and to get to know the wild and wonderful world around us.

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Lockdown meant animal magic was put on hold for an Ulverston woman who enjoys sharing her marvellous menagerie

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This month, the world’s greatest athletes should have gathered in Tokyo but without that spectacle to enjoy, The Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Alan Wright looks at some of nature’s superstars.

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Insects are vital to human life but they are under threat and we can all do our bit to help, writes Jenny Bennion from Lancashire Wildlife Trust

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Lakeland farmers are fighting to preserve a way of life and the future of the fell ponies which have helped shape a special landscape.

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Equestrian

The Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Alan Wright says his Lakeland Terrier Alfie has opened the door to countless wild encounters.

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Dogs

Warm spring days bring out some colourful characters in our gardens and spending time at home gives us an opportunity to meet some of them. The Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Alan Wright explains.

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