Find out about what’s happening with the Trust by reading our latest stories below. If you want to find out more or think you have a story, please contact our press office. Don’t forget to share comments, stories, photos and videos on our Facebook page, Twitter, Youtube and Flickr.
Less than a month to go, so snap to it!
Friday 17th April, 2015
There’s just enough time to enter the third North East Wildlife Photography Competition, hosted by Northumberland, Durham and Tees Valley Wildlife Trusts, together with the Natural History Society of Northumbria (NHSN), the Great North Museum: Hancock and Alan Hewitt Photography.
Thursday 16th April, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s ‘Flexigraze’ conservation grazing scheme has joined forces with the Exmoor Pony Centre to graze a herd of Exmoor ponies on the wildlife charity’s Williamston reserve, which lies 1km south of the village of Slaggyford.
Take a seat … courtesy of charity lottery
Tuesday 14th April, 2015
Volunteers from Northumberland Wildlife Trust have been carrying out essential repairs at a popular nature reserve in the area, thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
Nature rolls out the blue carpet for Woodland Wildlife Weekend
Friday 10th April, 2015
Head out in search of woodland secrets urges conservation charity.
Pole position for ospreys
Wednesday 8th April, 2015
Wildlife lovers in Northumberland may soon have one of the best views in the country of a rare species of bird.
Thursday 26th March, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has issued its annual plea for people to help prevent a conservation catastrophe occurring in the Region.
We're looking for Membership Recruiters (self-employed)
Thursday 26th March, 2015
Does nature matter to you? Are you passionate about our region and its amazing wildlife? Would you like to earn some extra income, at a time that suits you, by doing something that you really believe in? Then why not become a membership recruiter!
‘Otterly’ marvellous help from Greggs
Wednesday 25th March, 2015
Thirteen staff from the marketing team at Greggs the Bakers swapped their desks for the great outdoors this week and headed out to Seaton Burn to help Northumberland Wildlife Trust with the installation of an artificial holt.
Northumbria Bird Atlas Launch
Tuesday 24th March, 2015
The Northumbria Bird Atlas has now been published by Northumberland and Tyneside Bird Club as a 550 page, profusely illustrated document which gives the current status of the birds of the area. Between the rivers Tyne and Tweed there are 200 species of birds which commonly breed or spend the winter.
Life’s a beach … help clean it!
Friday 20th March, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Living Seas Officer Aurelie Bohan will be hosting a beach clean-up at Seaton Sluice on Saturday 28 March between 2pm - 4pm.