Northumberland Wildlife Trust has received an autumn surprise from St Andrew’s Church in the form of a donation of £225.
A further 245 voles have been released into streams flowing into the north shore of Kielder Reservoir, Deadwater Burn near the Kielder campsite and Kielder Burn by the ‘Restoring Ratty’ water vole…
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery will be supporting wild goings-on at two Northumberland Wildlife Trust nature reserves this autumn.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has joined forces with the RSPB to call on the Government to honour its commitment to end the damaging practice of setting fire to England’s upland peat bogs,…
Walkers on the Northumberland coast are being asked to become voluntary wardens to help maintain their favourite sections of the Northumberland Coast Path and other walking routes.
The recent Great British Beach Clean (GBBC) (organised by the Marine Conservation Society) turned up a load of old rubbish on 18 beaches in the region.
Hundreds of people headed to Northumberlandia recently to join Northumberland Wildlife Trust at its Our Wildlife 2018.
The government has given permission for badger culls to go ahead in England for another year.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust lost its founder and Vice President and one of its biggest friends on 12 September with the death of Tony Tynan OBE after a period of serious illness.
Today the Government publishes the Agriculture Bill. The recovery of wildlife in the UK - one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world - depends on an Agriculture Bill which enables…