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A Suitable Legacy

Thanks to a legacy from the late Harry Eales*, a dedicated wildlife enthusiast with a passion for butterflies, Durham Wildlife Trust has created a pan...
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In Search of Dragonflies

On a balmy Sunday morning (2 June), an eager group of dragon and damselfly enthusiasts met at the Land of Oak & Iron Heritage Centre, for a ta...
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30 Days Wild

This June, we challenge you to do something wild every day. That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness. We're giving you a ...
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Naturally Native Volunteers meet Restoring Ratty Volunteers for a Grand Day Out!

Water voles were once a common sight across the North East on a variety of water courses and wetland areas. Sadly today they are one of Britain’...
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Wind in the Willows in Wool

A team of dedicated knitters have produced a series of creations celebrating Kenneth Grahame’s classic children’s book The Wind in the Willows to ...
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A Dedicated Meadow for Dad

This Father’s Day treat your Dad to something really special. Help to look after our local grassland meadows Just for Father’s Day dedic...
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Ways to a Wilder Bank Holiday and Beyond

Whatever the weather we've got lots of ways for you to go wild this week and beyond! Join us on a reserve, at an event or download one of our activity...
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How to help a hedgehog

Hedgehogs are nocturnal mammals and one of the three British mammals that hibernate through winter (usually November - mid March depending on the ...
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Yet Another Cunning Plan Is Put Into Action!

Bracken and rabbits on Pow Hill Heath, a mid altitude, (now becoming rare habitat), are causing damage to the heathland flora. First it was the rampa...
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Discovering Dragonflies

Keen to be able to tell a dragonfly from a damselfly?  If you're interested in helping understand and protect this declining species then we have a s...
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