Let's continue to keep everyone safe
Brockholes and the Lancashire Wildlife Trusts' other reserves are now open, but we do ask that you follow our rules when visiting in order to continue to keep everyone safe. We ask that you please wear a mask (if you are able to) when moving around indoors and please make sure you keep 2m apart at all times and check for updates on opening times.
Thank you for your continued support - we wouldn't be here without you.
Latest news and views from Brockholes
Hobbies in action, Osprey still present and a brief Red Kite
Snipe influx and wildfowl arrivals
A mini heat wave sees many dragonfly on the wing and a classic early autumn Snipe influx and early duck arrivals.
August photography competition results
The results of our August photography competition are in! This month's theme was ‘Dragonflies and Damselflies’, and we received a…
The osprey first spotted a few weeks ago is still around at Brockholes - fantastic news!
Osprey Action and more Migration
An Osprey hangs around and birds move through on their southerly journey.
Latest Sightings at Brockholes
Arrivals, departures and autumn movements - our sightings this week from The Look Out.
What's happening at Brockholes right now?
The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them.