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  • Final Call for Photos!

    Friday 30th January, 2015


    Yorkshire Wildlife Trusts’ photo competition still wants your pictures as the deadline draws near...

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  • Government cuts back on ambitions for marine protection

    Friday 30th January, 2015

    Edible crab

    Public consultation opens to bitter disappointment at exclusion of important areas due to ‘economic cost’

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  • A Wheldrake Wetland Wildlife Celebration

    Friday 23rd January, 2015

    Bird ringing

    Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and Natural England encourage local people to join them for World Wetlands Day.

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  • Discovery Zone Project needs you!

    Thursday 22nd January, 2015

    Volunteering at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve

    Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is busy creating new visitor facilities on site and needs willing volunteers to help out.

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  • Community Farm invites budding chefs to make a meal of things!

    Tuesday 20th January, 2015

    Budding chef at Stirley Community Farm

    Stirley Community Farm is welcoming the future Delia Smith’s and Jamie Oliver’s of Huddersfield to join them on Saturday morning’s from 10:30am for their brand new family-friendly Brunch Club.

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  • Natural Solutions for Yorkshire

    Tuesday 20th January, 2015

    Yorkshire Wildlife Trust publishes its manifesto for nature’s recovery and asks – how do you value nature?

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  • Local people wowed by winter wildlife spectacle at Potteric Carr

    Monday 19th January, 2015

    Starling murmuration at Potteric Carr

    Starlings put on an impressive nightly display at South Yorkshire’s premier nature reserve.

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  • Recreated river route to restore wildlife

    Friday 16th January, 2015

    Pioneering work in South Yorkshire is aiming to reinvigorate wildlife in a section of the River Dearne catchment by using clever engineering to transform the water’s flow.

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  • Stream management – partnership in action!

    Tuesday 13th January, 2015

    Watervole (Credit Tom Marshall)

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  • Busy Bees Nurseries goes wild with help from the Wildlife Trusts

    Friday 9th January, 2015

    Pearson Park Wildlife Garden (Credit Harriet Linfoot)

    Children at Busy Bees Nurseries across Yorkshire gear up to discover exciting facts about nature and enjoy the limitless fun that can be had exploring it!

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