The Lancashire Wildlife Trust's annual Volunteer Conference proved to be particularly fruitful for the Brockholes volunteers this year.
News and Views
Autumn leaves have started to fall and ground is laden with conkers. Our wonderful photographers have been out in force entering our September photography competition.
September sees the start of Autumn, and the popping up of fungi all around the woodland. From 'dead man's fingers' to giant puff balls, we've seen it all so far, with much more…
The leaves are changing colour and the temperatures are dropping, but are you an Autumn Embracer, or a Summer Dreamer? Find out in our fun quiz!
They cover the woodland floor during Autumn, vary in size and apparently ward off house spiders - but what are these curious conkers, and how many of the myths are true?
Myplace is an exciting and innovative ecotherapy project delivered by the Lancashire Wildlife Trust in partnership with the Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust.
Being the Reserve Officer at Brockholes brings with it many challenges when it comes to conservation. One of them being, how can we save wading birds from their natural predators? Lorna Bennett…
There's been sunshine and storms, gale force winds and everything in-between, but that hasn't stopped our wonderful photographers getting out and about this month!
While it fills the meadows with beautiful yellow colour, and is a great source of nectar for our wildlife, common ragwort poses a huge problem for cattle and horses. Our Reserve Manager, Lorna…
The distinctive rounded wings of the Lapwing are displayed beautifully when it wheels around a winter sky in a massive flock.