Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Catch My Drift project at East Chevington is delighted with its success during 2019 with 2020 shaping up to be even better.
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There was great excitement on Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s East Chevington reserve yesterday, when a group of volunteers surveying for harvest mice found proof of their existence.
Members of Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Coquetmouth Group took part in their last ever group activity this week - a walk round the wildlife charity’s East Chevington reserve.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Catch My Drift team will be hosting a guided walk around its East Chevington reserve on Tuesday 28 May from 14:00 - 15:00.
Northumberland resident Sophie Webster is Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s new ‘Catch my Drift’ project assistant.
The year-long Development Phase of Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Catch my Drift project, which is aimed at improving land and habitat for people, and wildlife on its East Chevington reserve, is…
A Northumberland Wildlife Trust conservation project has received initial support* for National Lottery funding to develop detailed plans to improve the land and habitat for people and wildlife on…