Projects

Botany Group’s fungal foray into Ragpath Wood

The Durham Wildlife Trust Botany Group visit to Ragpath Wood on 13.10.19 by Lesley Hodgson A few of us joined the North East Fungal Studies Group on ...
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Glenn finds new opportunities thanks to Durham Wildlife Trust project

A project run by Durham Wildlife Trust is playing a key role in helping people to get the most out of life – and profoundly deaf volunteer Glenn Tho...
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Working for wildlife

Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd., an independent chemical manufacturing company, is doing their bit to help create a wilder future. Their manufacturing...
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No let-up in net loss of UK’s nature

The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report. The latest findings show that since rigorous scientific moni...
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Flowers in the sunshine

A sunny, bright Monday afternoon on 16th September saw six people from the Botany Group strolling through Baal Hill Wood. The object of the ex...
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New tool proves to be very effective

The pond at Tudhoe Sewage Treatment Works is an important site for Great Crested newts and over the last few years Durham Wildlife Trust's Heart o...
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I am Jane and I am a Reptile Novice

'Getting your eye in' to spot wildlife which is often quick, well camouflaged or elusive requires a little bit of training. Here, Jane Daniels expla...
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Rush of calls prompts Trust to issue hedgehog advice

The Trust has issued advice to be used if people find hedgehogs in trouble after receiving a number of calls for help in recent days – and the c...
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Another Successful Dragon Hunt!

The sun was out and a large group of dragonfly enthusiasts met at Rainton Meadows to be shown around by Trustee Michael Coates. As some of those...
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Trust honours volunteers

Two volunteers for the Trust received special recognition last week, to mark their ten-year-anniversaries in the role. Jacqui Walker, 36, from ...
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