• Bitterns, bats and newts mapped for first time

    Monday 8th April, 2013

    Smooth newt - Philip Precey

    Three new reports from the Greater Lincolnshire Nature Partnership (GLNP) map sightings of bittern, bats and newts for the first time in Greater Lincolnshire.

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  • Lincolnshire misses out on new zones to protect sealife

    Thursday 20th December, 2012

    Disappointed grey seal at Donna Nook

    Just as the grey seal pups born this winter at Donna Nook National Nature Reserve are heading out to sea for the first time, the Government has rejected advice to designate 127 Marine Conservation Zones which would protect their food supply, other sea life and underwater habitats.

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  • 100 years of The Wildlife Trusts marked with commemorative history book

    Monday 19th November, 2012

    Wildlife in Trust

    With more than 500 stunning photographs, maps and fascinating ephemera, “Wildlife in Trust” charts the changing fortunes of UK wildlife and the local nature conservation movement founded to protect it. Author Tim Sands recounts stories of local activism, visionary leaders, hard-fought campaigns, organisational growing pains and battles lost and won.

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  • New partnership for nature launched in Lincolnshire

    Friday 9th November, 2012

    GLNP conference - Les Binns

    The Greater Lincolnshire Nature Partnership (GLNP) was launched yesterday (8 November 2012) at Doddington Hall.

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  • Ash dieback disease

    Monday 29th October, 2012

    Knarled ash at Heath's Meadow nature reserve - Barrie Wilkinson

    The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust welcomes the ban on the import of ash trees but fears it may be too late to stop the disease from spreading.

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  • Sixty years a Local Nature Reserve

    Wednesday 1st August, 2012

    Gibraltar Point - Barrie Wilkinson

    Sixty years ago today, on 1 August 1952, Gibraltar Point became the first Local Nature Reserve in England to be declared by a Local Authority under the 1949 National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act.

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  • Construction company builds a winning green formula

    Thursday 5th July, 2012

    The Gelder Group

    The Gelder Group scooped the Business Category Award and the Overall Lincolnshire Environmental Award in a ceremony held last night (Wednesday 4 July 2012).

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  • Wildlife pioneer Ted Smith CBE recognised

    Wednesday 23rd May, 2012

    David Attenborough and Ted Smith - Tom Marshall

    Attenborough presents The Wildlife Trusts’ centenary award

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  • North Lincolnshire wins in national ‘Strictly Wildlife’ Competition

    Monday 27th February, 2012

    Crane - Stefan Johansson

    The Government today announced success for the Humberhead Levels in its national wildlife competition. Out of 76 original bids across the country, the Humberhead Levels Partnership ‘danced’ through to become a Government-backed Nature Improvement Area.

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