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.
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Being Reserve Officer at Brockholes is no regular 9 to 5 job. For Lorna Bennett, it’s a way of life, a complete commitment and passion to care for the environment in any way she can.
They're both long, thin and brightly coloured - but do you know how to tell the difference between a Dragonfly and a Damselfly?
A duck swims on water, we know that much. But do you know just how many different species of duck are seen at Brockholes, and what makes them all unique?
Winter is on its way. With temperatures falling and the weather changing. It’s a marvellous time to head out and spot the seasonal wildlife on offer at Brockholes. Here are some of our top…
As part of the winter maintenance programme, our amazing team of volunteers have been out on Number 1 Pit Island clearing willow scrub.
It's important for us to think about wildlife in every task we undertake - that includes putting up fencing.
More wonderful wildlife news at Brockholes this week as an Osprey has landed on our Osprey platform for the first time.
Butterflies in abundance and a very rare ornithological sight; brilliant bugs and dragons a plenty, there has been so much to see at Brockholes this month, every day was something new.
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…