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Go wild and find nature with new Android app
Friday 22nd May, 2015
Finding new places to experience encounters with wildlife, over the Spring Bank Holiday and beyond, is about to get easier with a new free app offering a guide to more than 2,000 nature reserves and thousands of events and activities up and down the UK.
Legacies left with love
Wednesday 20th May, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust is delighted to have been named as a beneficiary in two recent legacies.
30 Days Wild: Can you make room for nature this June?
Friday 15th May, 2015
An exciting new challenge for everyone! This June, Northumberland Wildlife Trust is joining forces with the other 46 wildlife trusts around the UK and asking everyone do something wild every day for a month!
“Save European Laws” says conservation chief
Thursday 14th May, 2015
Across Europe, the UK and here in this region, two vital laws, known as the ‘Nature Directives’, protect our most precious wildlife and wild places and Steve Lowe, Head of Conservation at Northumberland Wildlife Trust, is urging people of the Region to take action to ensure they remain in place.
What lies beneath?
Friday 8th May, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust and MARINElife, a charity devoted to the conservation of marine wildlife, are joining forces to help protect wildlife in the North Sea in order to have a better understanding of marine mammals such as dolphins, whales and seabirds frequenting the North Sea coast.
Dobbies names new charity partner
Tuesday 5th May, 2015
Summers’ soundtrack of humming bees, insects and more is set to make pupils’ playlists as The Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts (RSWT) is voted Dobbies’ 150th anniversary national charity partner.
How the acorns have grown
Thursday 30th April, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust received a grant at the start of last year to become part of a Big Lottery Fund Well-Being programme to work with groups of military families in the region.
Mike’s ‘Wild Northumbria’
Wednesday 29th April, 2015
Mike Pratt, Chief Executive of Northumberland Wildlife Trust continues to indulge his passion for writing and is all set to see his third book published at the beginning of May.
One hundred reasons to smile
Monday 27th April, 2015
Max Eve, a pupil of Mowden Hall School in Stocksfield has 100 reasons to smile.
Birds to benefit from 6,500 trees
Tuesday 21st April, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Hauxley volunteers have been making the most of the wonderful sunny weather by planting 6,500 hedging trees at its Hauxley nature reserve on Druridge Bay as part of its Dynamic Druridge Project.