As part of the winter maintenance programme, our amazing team of volunteers have been out on Number 1 Pit Island clearing willow scrub.
News and Views
It's important for us to think about wildlife in every task we undertake - that includes putting up fencing.
With damp, cold weather comes a foray of fungi, carpeting the woodland floor and covering tree stumps and trunks - the perfect environment for October's Photography Competition.
After a damp start to the month with Boilton Wood flooding, October turned out to be the start of a crisp, bright autumn, with lots of wonderful wildlife to be seen around the reserve.
This week, the volunteers and conservation team rounded off the summer work and look towards the winter maintenance programme.
A very exciting visitor has been at Brockholes this week, a very rare duck, with a very interesting name.
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust's annual Volunteer Conference proved to be particularly fruitful for the Brockholes volunteers this year.
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!