Turn Moss is green belt land bordering Stretford, Chorlton and the River Mersey. It is an area of meadowland well used and enjoyed by nature lovers, dog walkers and the general public. Trafford Council want to lease a large … Continue reading
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Across the UK, nature is struggling to survive! This includes species such as bees, hedgehogs, and house sparrows to name but a few who are increasingly threatened with loss of habitat and other factors contributing to their decline. However, … Continue reading
Go wild in your park with the RSPB and Aldi! In Alexandra Park, Whalley Range throughout August 2017, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) will be delivering free nature activities in Alexandra Park exploring … Continue reading
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Now that the renovation works are more or less complete, the focus of attention is back on ongoing management. To support this, there are various forums that have been set up to represent different interest groups: wildlife, heritage, arts & … Continue reading
We are doing a small mammal survey in Hough End Clough using Longworth traps and tracking tunnels with the GM Ecology Unit Local Record Centre. The last mammal trapping we did was in Alex park a couple years ago. We … Continue reading
Some more footage from scouting cameras set up by the hedgehog tracking tunnels in Alexandra Park.