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Be ‘frog friendly’ and let nature take its course this spring

Gardeners and wildlife lovers are being urged to be ‘frog friendly’ and leave frogspawn alone. Please do not be tempted to move it as you ...

A woodland walk beckons this April

If winter’s late backlash has left you feeling the need to get out and about in the countryside, the Trust has some wonderful woodlands, which ...

Birds need healthy eating!

Publicity surrounding a study showing the risks of disease to garden birds may have caused people to wonder whether they should continue feeding them. However, ...

The Wildlife Trusts react to proposals for badger cull expansion

The Wildlife Trusts, including Leicestershire & Rutland, are deeply concerned that recent Government proposals indicate an intention to increase badger culling by expanding culling into low ...

Exciting times for the Osprey Project

This has been an exciting week for the Rutland Osprey Project! Lyndon Visitor Centre re-opened for the spring and summer season on Saturday 10th March, ...

March madness

March is a month of promise in our gardens and countryside– but it needs the weather to be kinder than it has been recently so ...

Birdfair raises bumper sum for Saving Paradise in the Pacific

Birdfair 2017 raised an incredible £333,000 for bird conservation – the second highest total in its history. Birdfair Founder and Manager Tim Appleton and Trust ...

The not so secret seven

At this time of year many of us are starting to feel the need to get out and about. But the evenings are still dark ...

Our little friends still need a helping hand

While there are a few signs of spring the winter seems reluctant to release its grip, so our garden wildlife still needs a little help ...

Invitation to help us plant a new woodland

Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust is inviting local people to help create a new woodland in the village of Lubenham at a community planting event ...

Enjoy your own wildlife watch

The days start to lengthen noticeably in February - our shortest month - so take a break from wildlife watching on the tv and get ...

Wildlife counts!

Will you help us with monitoring in the Charnwood Forest? The Trust’s Charnwood Forest Living Landscape project was established in 2011 with the aim of ...


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