Traditional farming methods are enhancing grassland for butterflies, bees and many other creatures at Brockholes Nature Reserve.
News and Views
Over the last few weeks we have had a new visitor on the site. He's extremely rare in Lancashire, and many of our visitors have enjoyed seeing him on Meadow Lake.
March madness really came into its own this year, with the warm weather hitting us early in February, the blooming time for many of our most popular wildflowers got turned on its head.
While Brockholes focuses on wildlife in the form of birds, insects, and small mammals, you may have noticed on your travels that it is also home to a number of beautiful cows.
Excitement at Brockholes as our stunning nature reserve wins the Best Wedding Venue by the Water.
As the sun breaks through and the frost drips from the leaves, the land thaws into beautiful, bountiful Spring.
As well as our cacophony of bird species on our 250-acre Nature Reserve, we also have a blooming marvellous selection of flora, which is just starting to appear due to the welcome Spring weather…
From toddlers to time alone, woodland wandering and watching wildlife – we have events for all at Brockholes, and if you haven’t tried them, where have you been?
February was the month the weather was confused. From snow, to unseasonable high temperatures, it’s been a month of wonderful photograph opportunities, with species not often seen so early on in…
From blue tits to robins, and curlews to bittern - the wildlife at Brockholes this February has been unprecedented due to the warm weather. But what have you seen on the reserve in the last month…