Conservation Officer John Bristow shares an enchanting guide on how to enjoy wildlife and wild places this winter.
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Trainee Reserves Officer Helena shares with us her in-depth knowledge of all the local bats that have been recorded at Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust reserves
Conservation Officer Uta Hamzaoui talks about some of the work she has been doing with landowners in the Charnwood Forest as part of our Charnwood Forest Living Landscape project and why it is…
Weeds are overlooked and misunderstood, they brighten up our road verges, fields, parks and gardens, and benefit a whole range of wildlife. We list some of our most well known weeds and why you…
Conservation Officer Ben Devine shares some tips on how to track down and experience one of our most endangered yet magical mammals
Libby Smith from our Osprey Project team shares her favourite wildlife and conservation books
Reserves Officer Matt talks us through his top tips on photographing wildlife in your garden
Volunteer recorder Dave Robinson shares his insights on butterfly recording in Leicestershire and Rutland, some of the species he has spotted and why it is important.
Many of our most well-known bird species are migrant birds; species such as nightingales, swallows, turtle doves and ospreys. Reserves Officer Andy Neilson gives us a run down of some of the most…
New Trainee Reserves Officer Helena talks us through her first few weeks in the job and how she got into conservation.