The Lancashire Wildlife Trust has been working on developing Brockholes for over 25 years! It has been a long and ultimately rewarding journey that has seen the land develop from a huge quarrying…
News and Views
It's the start of our favourite time of the year. When the butterflies and moths are on the wing, spreading beautiful colour throughout the sky.
In June, the fledglings start to grow into ‘teenagers’, while the parents teach them how to survive on their own. For insect lovers, June is when insect life is most abundant and the best time to…
They've yet to nest, but beautiful Ospreys have been spotted flying overhead at Brockholes and fishing in the ponds.
It doesn't look all that scary, but Himalayan Balsam is a huge conservation problem which we are 'bashing' into shape at Brockholes.
In Spring time, the forest floor is a carpet of colour. From blues, purples, green and white, the flowers come into bloom and the wildlife flock to the sweet nectar.
May is always a lovely month for wildlife. Whatever the weather, the circle of life moves forward and nests are built, breeding season continues, fledglings start to appear, and families explore…
With wildlife all around out 250-acre nature reserve, it's difficult to see everything, and easy to miss some vital sightings over the lakes.
They're both long, thin and brightly coloured - but do you know how to tell the difference between a Dragonfly and a Damselfly?
With another scorching week in April, the flowers came into full bloom, birds began to breed and the whole of Brockholes just burst with light, colour and love.