Noticing the wildlife around us makes the lockdown easier, especially when the sun is shining
There are substantial areas of natural green space in Lincoln. On day 2 of lockdown, Caroline went for a walk on West Common
On the first day of lockdown to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, Caroline shares wildlife sightings from her garden in Lincoln
A mass of white snowdrops are a much antipated sight in late winter and they have special adaptations to thrive in the cold conditions
Catherine takes a visit to Riseholme College to see the propagation work that Conservation Officer, Mark Schofield, has been working on with local students.
Welcome to this week’s blog which sees Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust participate in Horncastle’s Annual Heritage Open Day.
From slow worms to beavers, jellyfish, ospreys and nightjars: leader of the Spalding Wildlife Watch Group, Eileen Pearson, reports on their camping trip to Ynys-hir nature reserve and the…
Welcome to this week’s blog which sees Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust’s headquarters staff participate in a team building day at Woodhall Spa Airfield.
Recently Simon and I joined four members of staff visiting Lincolnshire from the Natural History Museum in London.
Welcome to this week’s blog, focusing on the nature reserves of mid-Lincolnshire.