Cheshire Wildlife Trust is working to improve the water quality of Hatch Mere lake.
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Cheshire Wildlife Trust collects over 200,000 seeds from across the county to protect future of UK trees
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is celebrating the milestone of collecting over 200,000 seeds from across Cheshire as part of a national project to protect the UK’s trees.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is giving a natural makeover to a key nature reserve in Cheshire in an attempt to get its wildlife back on track.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust Calls for Urgent Action for Insects, As New Report Reveals True Impacts of ‘Profound’ Decline
A new report, Insect Declines and Why They Matter, commissioned by a group of Wildlife Trusts has revealed that drastic declines in insect numbers look set to have serious consequences for…
Calling all young people who want to speak out for the environment
Sir David Attenborough, president emeritus of The Wildlife Trusts has made a short film with the charity to provide answers to the State of Nature partnership’s latest warnings of continued,…
The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report.
A rare plant has recently been re-introduced into our Black Lake Nature Reserve at Delamere Forest after the species only remained at one remnant bog pool at Abbots Moss SSSI.
Last week saw a devastating fire break out on the popular wildlife spot of Hilbre Island.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust call for effective management of six new Marine Conservation Zones