The Countryside of Northumberland
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- Kick-start nature’s recovery and absorb a third of UK emissions, says wildlife charity 24th June 2020A new report from The Wildlife Trusts shows how investing in nature would reap big dividends in tackling climate crisis.
- Northumberlandia Visitor Centre is open and ready for business again! 23rd June 2020Come and see the Lady of the North, she’s been missing you.
- Wildlife charity furious at mindless vandalism 17th June 2020Northumberland Wildlife Trust is furious that vandals have attacked an information panel on the grassland section of its Close House Riverside reserve near Wylam.
- Make a big, big noise for the Big Wild Weekend 16th June 2020Each year during 30 Days Wild, the Big Wild Weekend sees Northumberland Wildlife Trust join forces with 45 other Wildlife Trusts across the country holding special events to bring people closer to the natural world.
- Cash boost from our feathered friends 14th June 2020Northumberland Wildlife Trust is delighted to have received £2,150, resulting from catalogue and online sales, from bird food growing company Vine House Farm Bird Foods.
- Your Sightings from Gosforth Nature Reserve 26th June 2020Rhinos, Roe Deer and Ring-necked Parakeets; enjoy a recap of your recent sightings from Gosforth Nature Reserve
- A Pleasure Shared 24th June 2020NHSN Volunteer Ranger, Ian Hogg, shares his lockdown naturalist experience from Gosforth Nature Reserve
- Marsh and Spotted Orchids (Dactylorhizas) in the North East 24th June 2020Explore Marsh orchids and Spotted-orchids in the North East with botanical Vice-county Recorder for South Northumberland, John Richards
- Lockdown in the Lower Derwent Valley 23rd June 2020For NHSN Trustee, Michael Turner, lockdown has been spent observing and enjoying the wildlife of the Lower Derwent Valley
- The umbellifer plants – family Apiaceae 22nd June 2020Local botanist, Mark Welfare, introduces umbellifer species to look for on your North East walks