Yorkshire Wildlife Trust blog

(c) Tom Blackwell

Our latest stories, tips and features on all things wildlife and all things Yorkshire.

Giant hogweed

The root of the problem

With names that wouldn’t be out of place in a Harry Potter novel, meet some of the UK’s most persistent plants! John tells us how to spot them, and what to do once you have...

Potteric Carr

Volunteers record success

Jim hails the success of our volunteers and what they allow us to achieve at Potteric Carr nature reserve

Man with binoculars at Spurn Lighthouse

Connecting the Yorkshire Nature Triangle

In the fourth and final part of her blog, Helen describes how the Yorkshire Nature Triangle joined up all the dots to put East Yorkshire on the wildlife watching map.

Stirley cows in field

Turning out the cows

We’ve had a busy few weeks here at Stirley getting the fields ready for some of our cows to go back out to the fields...

Puffin Cliff

Nature Tourism: making shapes!

As our Yorkshire Nature Triangle project comes to an end, Nature Tourism Manager, Helen Jones, looks back at how Yorkshire Wildlife Trust helped to shape a £24 million nature tourism economy in…

Cows with hay

Bag it. Bin it.

How you can help to stop the spread of Neospora.