A business man from Shotley Bridge in County Durham has stepped in to help Northumberland Wildlife Trust repair damage caused on one of its reserves in Northumberland.
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Amongst the dark days of Coronavirus, Northumberland Wildlife Trust received news of an amazing cash boost for its Catch My Drift project at East Chevington.
The last piece of conservation work undertaken by Northumberland Wildlife Trust before travel restrictions were put in place was at its Juliet’s Wood reserve, 1km north of Slaley Village, so it is…
With the easing of lockdown restrictions, Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s practical conservation volunteers have been able to resume work around the region for the first time in four months.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust is furious that vandals have attacked an information panel on the grassland section of its Close House Riverside reserve near Wylam.
The message is clear: stay on public rights of way and keep dogs on leads at all times.
Skylarks are back in abundance at Weetslade Country Park, which is welcome news to Northumberland Wildlife Trust - but a plea has been issued.
Spring may not officially begin until 21 March, but at Northumberland Wildlife Trust, spring begins when the frogs return to the pond at its St Nicholas Park reserve in Gosforth, and, as they have…