Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is a voluntary charitable organisation which cares for Lincolnshire's wildlife and countryside. Founded in 1948, the Trust covers the whole of the historic county of Lincolnshire - from the Humber to the Wash.
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Fact of the month
The elephant hawk-moth is so-called because the caterpillar looks a little like an elephant's trunk.
Find out more about butterflies and moths below.
Which Wild House of Lincolnshire do you belong to? Take the quiz below to be sorted into your Wild House and see how you can help protect one of Lincolnshire's ancient houses.
If you're looking for a local wildlife event, you've come to the right place! From pond-dipping to bat hunts, wildlife talks to birdwatching walks, you're bound to find something to enjoy.
Ancaster Valley Anderby MarshArnold's Meadow
Banovallum HouseBarrow Blow WellsBarrow Haven ReedbedBaston FenBloxholm WoodBoston Road Brick PitsBottleneck and Jackson's MeadowsBoultham Mere
Candlesby Hill QuarryChapel PitClapgate PitsCrowle Moor
Dawson City Clay PitsDeeping LakesDigby CornerDole WoodDonna NookDuke's Covert and Copper Hill
Fairfield PitFar IngsFir Hill QuarryFiskerton FenFrampton MarshFriskney Decoy WoodFurze Hill
Gibraltar PointGoslings Corner WoodGreat Casterton Road BanksGreetwell Hollow
Hatton MeadowsHaxey TurbaryHeath's MeadowsHopland's WoodHorbling LineHuttoft Bank Pit
Keal CarrKillingholme Haven PitsKingerby Beck MeadowsKirkby Gravel PitsKirkby Moor
Langholme WoodLawn Wood, Bottleneck and Jackson'sLegbourne WoodLinwood Warren
Messingham Sand QuarryMill Hill QuarryMoor ClosesMoor FarmMoulton MarshMuckton Wood
Pasture WharfPickering's MeadowPinchbeck Fen SlipePorter’s Lodge Meadows
Rauceby WarrenRed HillRigsby WoodRobert's FieldRoughton Moor WoodRush Furlong
Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe DunesSandilands PitScotton CommonSedge Hole CloseSilverines MeadowSnipe DalesSotby MeadowsSouth Witham VergesSow DaleSpendluffe MeadowsStanton's PitSurfleet LowsSwinn Wood
Tetney Blow WellsThe ShrubberiesThurlby Fen SlipeToby's HillToft TunnelTortoiseshell Woods and MeadowsTunman Wood
Watts WoodWelton-le-WoldWhisby Nature ParkWilloughby Branch LineWilloughby MeadowWillow Tree FenWolla Bank PitWolla Bank ReedbedWoodhall Spa Airfield
Known for its varied woodland flora, this is probably one of the most significant ancient woodland sites in the county.
Traditionally managed meadows and wood with rich, varied ground flora.
Tunman Wood is reputed to have been on the old cross country route between Temple Bruer and Eagle, used by the Knights Templar.