Between ages 12-18? Become a Junior Ranger!

Junior Rangers play an important role in looking after Protected Areas in the UK and the wildlife that lives there. By becoming a Junior Ranger you will have the opportunity to develop new life skills and gain experience completing outdoor practical tasks. You’ll also get a chance to socialise with like-minded volunteers and explore some … Continued

Get your Local Places for Nature pack!

Local Places for Nature is back! Nature is under threat and it’s time to take action. Keep Wales Tidy is excited to announce that applications for Local Places for Nature have reopened. Last year, more than 500 green spaces across the country were created, restored and enhanced. Community groups and organisations of all shapes and … Continued

Dragonflies of Durham

Find out how Dragonflies are fairing across Wildlife Trust sites in Durham; Michael Coates, Durham County Dragonfly Recorder, reports on the recording effort and and results on WT nature reserves. Overall 20 species were seen, an impressive total for a northern county, with Rainton Meadows producing the most species sighted: a total of 16 over the … Continued