It’s that time of year when our homes become a hubbub of activity with many of our smallest citizens making their way across our thresholds.
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...and A Little Help from Our Swedish Friend, by Kirsty Pollard – Heart of Durham Conservation Officer
The 2020 emergence of the small pearl-bordered fritillary butterflies
Derwent Reservoir, the second largest reservoir in the North East, boasts a spectacular assemblage of plants across a diverse range of habitats surrounding its banks.
Durham Wildlife Trust’s Heart of Durham Project volunteers in partnership with Northumbrian Water have created an artificial hibernacula on Pow Hill Heath, on the south side of Derwent Reservoir…
With a National Tree Week grant from Durham County Council, hedging plants and trees were purchased to complete the hedge around Thornley Wood just below Tow Law.
Volunteers with Durham Wildlife Trust’s Heart of Durham Project, along with volunteers from Northumberland Wildlife Trust, joined the four man team from Northumbrian Water Conservation Department…