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Don’t forget the reds this time of year
Tuesday 9th February, 2016
Red Squirrels Northern England (RSNE) is reminding everybody it's that time of year again when red squirrels really could do with a helping hand.
Ignite your passion for wildlife this half-term
Thursday 4th February, 2016
Northumberland Wildlife Trust will be responsible for some wild goings-on around the region this half-term as the wildlife charity will be hosting wildlife activities aimed at children of all ages.
Half term launch for new on-line nature guide
Wednesday 3rd February, 2016
As winter begins to wane and spring starts to unfold, an exciting new seasonal on-line guide will be launched later this month, in time for half term, offering individuals the perfect opportunity to plan a wild year ahead.
Volunteer for a wonderful osprey experience this summer
Thursday 28th January, 2016
Northumberland Wildlife Trust is seeking volunteers to help with the Osprey Watch project, at a number of prime locations in the Kielder area this summer.
Settle down and watch the ‘box’ this February
Tuesday 26th January, 2016
It’s National Nest Box Week (NNBW) next month and Northumberland Wildlife Trust is encouraging everybody to install a different kind of box this February, and give our precious birds a home.
Charity lottery players supporting the ‘staycation’ event of the summer
Friday 22nd January, 2016
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery will be helping members of the public to have a wild old time this August.
What a difference a year makes
Wednesday 20th January, 2016
This time last year (January 2015) there was a large gap on Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Hauxley nature reserve on Druridge Bay, where its arson hit visitors centre had once stood.
Conservation chief delighted with second wave of marine protection
Monday 18th January, 2016
Steve Lowe, Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s head of conservation, who has campaigned tirelessly for the creation of marine conservation zones throughout the UK, welcomes the news that this Government is designating a second phase of 23 new Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs).
It’s time to stick up for trees!
Wednesday 13th January, 2016
The Woodland Trust is leading 47 organisations, including the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts, in a campaign to celebrate the value of our trees and woods and secure their future by creating a new Charter for Trees, Woods and People.
What’s wild in the west?
Thursday 7th January, 2016
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has received a total of £12,800 from the Community Foundation (Tyne & Wear and Northumberland) Out and About Fund and private donors for a new health and well-being project in the West End of Newcastle.