As her student placement with the Trust drew to a close, Lorna had one last opportunity to help on a nature reserve. It turned out to be more eventful than expected.
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After some time spent logging data in the office, Lorna visited the Lincolnshire coast and discovered that conservation can sometimes look brutal.
Did you know there are 232 similar ‘microspecies’ of dandelions in Britain! Lorna shares some of her simple identification tips that she has picked up in her second week as Assistant Conservation…
I’m on an exciting student placement with the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, and I'll be blogging about my 8 week placement here.
Kelly Hollings, Restoring Ratty Project Officer for Northumberland Wildlife Trust, explores the habits of these much-loved mammals.
We all love to get outdoors with our dogs, for the fantastic exercise and the chance to explore together. Here are our key facts and tips on dog walking to help Lincolnshire’s wildlife thrive this…
Communications Officer, Rachel Shaw, on a favourite meadow flower spotted near to her home in the centre of Lincoln and the loss of meadows from our everyday landscape
Conservation Officer, Mark Schofield, has been busy gathering the troops to protect one of Lincolnshire's most charismatic woodland species - the glow-worm.
A new partnership shows why traditional grazing on some of our nature reserves is good for both farmer and flowers.
Who inspires you? Matthew Capper, our Head of Public Engagement & Communications, shares three of the people in conservation who have been an inspiration to him.