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  • Where's Ratty? Can you help?

    Monday 23rd April, 2012

    A new search has begun for one of Cheshire’s most secretive and best-loved wild residents.

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  • Children set new benchmark at Wigg Island

    Thursday 5th April, 2012

    A Runcorn school has helped to design a unique oak bench just in time for the re-opening of the Wigg Island Visitor Centre.

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  • Chris packs 'em in at Chester

    Thursday 29th March, 2012

    BBC Springwatch host Chris Packham delighted more than 400 wildlife fans last Thursday as he kicked off Cheshire Wildlife Trust’s 50th anniversary in Chester.

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  • Volunteers sought to battle alien invasion

    Monday 26th March, 2012

    Wildlife in Cheshire’s rivers will get a helping hand thanks to a new project to co-ordinate the control of non-native or ‘alien’ plants - and Cheshire Wildlife Trust is giving local people the chance to get involved.

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  • Cheshire Wildlife Trust to vaccinate badgers against bTB

    Wednesday 21st March, 2012

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust will begin a badger vaccination programme at one of its sites in the region this autumn.

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  • Local wildlife gets slice of £7.5m nature boost

    Tuesday 28th February, 2012

    Rare wildlife is set to receive a boost after a Cheshire-based project secured a valuable place in a multi-million pound Government nature scheme.

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  • New partnership approach for region's wildlife

    Thursday 2nd February, 2012

    A series of high-profile conferences across the north west has seen people from over 70 business, tourism and environmental groups come together in what the Government is calling ‘Local Nature Partnerships’.

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  • New spotlight on Delamere's dragons den

    Tuesday 10th January, 2012

    Black Lake (c) Andrew Walmsley

    A state-of-the-art machine is being used to improve the habitats for rare wildlife in Delamere Forest.

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