Wildlife

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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Jon Flinn finds the first green shoots of spring in the woods by the coast at Crosby

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Your garden can be a paradise for wildlife. Jenny Bennion, from The Lancashire Wildlife Trust, explores some of the species who share our gardens.

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Animals are always a source of joy so we have gathered some zoos and wildlife parks across the country (and beyond) that are livestreaming animal enclosures

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ThereWithYou

Insect decline is alarming scientists across the world and it has consequences for all of us. The Wildlife Trusts has started an Action For Insects Campaign, writes campaigns manager Alan Wright

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Lancashire Wildlife Trust Senior Reserves Officer John Lamb on the wonders of willow.

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Nature has the power to change lives and more people than ever before are moving to nature as a prescription for their health and wellbeing, writes Ellen Sherlock from Lancashire Wildlife Trust

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Wagtails are one of our most colourful species of bird and are a common sight if you wander out into the countryside, but Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Alan Wright finds them in unexpected places too

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Not all reindeer will be pulling sleighs this month. This herd will be busy in the fields near Cartmel

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