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News and Views
The path around Meadow Lake has been extended and is now open for the public to enjoy and explore.
They both have wings, are colourful, and flutter around Brockholes at this time of year. But how can you recognise a butterfly from a moth?
Crassula helmsii, known as swamp stonecrop or New Zealand pigmyweed, is an aquatic or semiterrestrial species of succulent plant in the family Crassulaceae. Originally found in Australia and New…
Lorna and the team have been busy making the perfect habitat for our ground nesting birds on Number 1 Pit Island. This is no mean feat, and the group have worked through all weather to make sure…
As part of our winter conservation works, Lorna and the team have been planning some new ponds for a very special species.
A year like no other seemed to attract some wonderful and never-before-seen wildlife to Brockholes. One of our regular visitors and wildlife enthusiasts, John Wright, took the time to put together…
With so much going on regarding new rules and regulations at Brockholes, it's important not to forget the number one reason we are here - the wonderful wildlife which call us home.
Every year you will hear us getting all excited about a bittern. Sometimes maybe two! But what is a bittern?
A large portion of our woodlands are suffering with a fungal disease called Ash Dieback.