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Our nature reserves challenge

Whether it’s the glorious sapphire carpets of bluebells in Warburton’s Wood, the calling of natterjack toads at Red Rocks or the chance sighting of a willow tit at Danes Moss, the cycle of the seasons is the backdrop to the timeless wildlife theatre of our towns and countryside.

Our nature reserves are precious places which support some amazing wildlife. But we’ve reached a critical point in the care of some of these important wild refuges.

Diminishing funding from traditional grant sources means we no longer have enough money to carry out essential conservation work on many of our sites.

In 2017 we need to raise an additional £100,000 just for vital day-to-day reserve management. We’re already working hard to secure as much money as possible from existing funding bodies and partners. But we need your help too.

We’re uniquely placed to lead and deliver land management programmes to protect and secure the area’s rich and varied landscapes and vulnerable wildlife. The expertise and local knowledge of our staff and volunteers, built up over more than half a century, has allowed us to deliver significant gains for wildlife in Cheshire. But there is still much more we need to do.

Will you play a crucial role in helping us raise £100,000 to meet our 2017 nature reserve challenge?

With your support we can make sure that our nature reserves continue to provide space for nature, and can be enjoyed by people today and for generations to come.

Read about some of the challenges our Reserves Team face in the coming year at Danes Moss, Warburton's Wood and Red Rocks

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