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.
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Support from players of People’s Postcode Lottery is helping to keep a group of wildlife volunteers socially connected during the current coronavirus lockdown.
Volunteers from the ‘Coast Care’ initiative have just completed one of the initiative’s biggest projects - clearing a section of ivy Hedera helix from the ramparts outside Bamburgh Castle.
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.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust ended 2019 and started 2020 sprucing Weetslade Country Park in preparation for visitors flocking to the site this spring.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has been busy on its Whitelee Moor reserve, despite the arrival of the wet wintry weather.
When not releasing water voles into the waterways of Kielder this summer, Northumberland Wildlife Trust volunteer Wendy Bennett was busy knitting a fabulous collection of soft toys to raise funds…
Generous players of People’s Postcode Lottery are helping a Northumbria University student move one-step closer to a career in wildlife conservation.
A new report published today reveals that prescribing contact with nature for people who have low levels of mental wellbeing is excellent value for money by improving people’s health and wellbeing…
Northumberland Wildlife Trust is calling for members of the public with a little spare time on their hands and a love of wildlife to volunteer with its 2020 project throughout Newcastle, North…