...have undergone a dramatic decline nationally, Lincolnshire is one of their last remaining strongholds
...are found on heathland and peatland reserves in Lincolnshire
...are flourishing in a handful of nature reserves
...can be heard singing at Whisby Nature Park, one of their strongholds in the East Midlands
...returned to nature reserves in North Lincolnshire after careful management of the reedbeds
...became extinct as a breeding bird in Lincolnshire in the late 19th Century but are now nesting again in the county
...were re-introduced to the Lincolnshire Limewoods and have spread out from the original release site, making use of connecting hedgerow and woodland habitat. Lincolnshire Dormouse Group regularly monitor the dormice.
...can be seen hunting alongside ditches, tracks and roads throughout the county. Lincolnshire has one of the highest densities of barn owls of any county in the country
Crystal sea slugs
...were previously un-recorded off the Lincolnshire coast until spotted here with a starfish. Surveys are being carried out by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and others are building a more accurate picture of our marine wildlife.
University of Hull CEMS / Rob Spray