Fire alert for North York Moors National Park




People planning to visit the North York Moors National Park over the bank holiday weekend and half term week are being asked not to light fires or … [Read more...]




200,000 trees planted in North Pennines




New woodlands have been planted in the North Pennines thanks to the help of local communities. More than 200,000 native broadleaved trees – … [Read more...]




Charity seeks help in Cumbria




Cumbria Wildlife Trust is looking for volunteers from the South Lakes area to help advertise and run an event in June. The Garden Bonanza is the … [Read more...]




Arctic Charr numbers increase in Ennerdale




Arctic Charr numbers have increased in Ennerdale Water thanks to a conservation project. Numbers of charr had dwindled to just a few hundred during … [Read more...]




Frozen rivers as low temperatures continue in UK




Temperatures of  minus 15 deg Centigrade have now become almost a regular occurrence and this is causing our rivers and waterways to … [Read more...]




The Frozen Lighthouse




Britain is not the only country under the icy grip of winter, this lighthouse on lake Erie is now a stunning ice sculpture. Blasts of Arctic air … [Read more...]




400,000 trees available for new green spaces




Community spaces and school grounds are set to benefit from a project to plant almost half a million trees. The massive planting scheme is … [Read more...]




Red squirrel survey




The Forestry Commission has carried out the first ever full survey of the Red Squirrels at reserves in Cumbria. A total of 416 red squirrels … [Read more...]




Red Kites return to the Lake District




The Forestry Commission is spearheading a three-year project to reintroduce red kites into parts of the Lake District. This is the first operation … [Read more...]




Raccoon filmed wild in the UK




Wildlife Trust cameras have captured the first raccoon ever filmed in the North East of England. The North American mammal was photographed and … [Read more...]