New butterfly species for Brockholes
For the third year running, a new species of butterfly has been seen at Brockholes Nature Reserve.
Damsels V Dragons
They're both long, thin and brightly coloured - but do you know how to tell the difference between a Dragonfly and a Damselfly?
Is osprey here to stay?
An osprey hunting on the River Ribble near to the Brockholes nature reserve is raising hopes of the birds nesting in Lancashire for the…
What wonderful wildlife was seen in March?
In spite of the somewhat challenging and uncertain times present this month. March has nevertheless been a marvellous month for wildlife…
What wondrous wildlife was spotted in February?
Despite the somewhat damp and dismal weather experienced during the month of February, there have nevertheless been some superb wildlife…
What wonderful wildlife was seen in January?
Winter has well and truly arrived at Brockholes Nature Reserve. Despite the changeable weather, some wondrous wildlife has been spotted…
What was seen in November?
Winter is on its way. With temperatures falling and the weather changing. It’s a marvellous time to head out and spot the seasonal…
What was seen in October?
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…
Who are Smew?
A very exciting visitor has been at Brockholes this week, a very rare duck, with a very interesting name.
What was seen in September?
September sees the start of Autumn, and the popping up of fungi all around the woodland. From 'dead man's fingers' to…
The Osprey has landed
More wonderful wildlife news at Brockholes this week as an Osprey has landed on our Osprey platform for the first time.
Big Bee News
Fantastic news at Brockholes as two species of bee, never before seen at the Lancashire Wildlife Trust site, have been seen.