• Mute Swan Migration

    Wednesday 5th March, 2014

    Mute swan in flight, photo by Amy Lewis

    One of the most familiar birds in Britain, the Mute Swan, has a long, curved neck and is a regular sight on our waterways. The Mute Swan migrates within the UK and in our region its habitats are often close to public places in summer and winter depending on the weather conditions.

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  • Sheffield Parkway Proposed New Fire Station

    Wednesday 5th March, 2014

    Application ref 13/02895/FUL

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  • Feeding garden birds - key things to know and understand

    Friday 17th January, 2014

    Blue tits feeding on super suet, photo by Nicholas Watts

    A short guide to help you get the most out of feeding the birds in your garden and to do it safely:

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  • The Young Riverlution

    Friday 10th January, 2014

    River Don

    Thanks to funding from the Environment Agency, Shiregreen Community First and the Police Crime Commission a new project involving disengaged and disadvantaged young people in Sheffield is taking place on waterways across the city.

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  • Upcoming Reserves Advisory Group meetings

    Friday 10th January, 2014

    Crabtree Ponds, photo by Sarah Sidgwick

    If you’re interested in your local nature reserve and would like to know more about its management, come along to the next meeting of the Reserve Advisory Group (RAG). The Wildlife Trust for Sheffield and Rotherham will be holding a series of RAG meetings, for all members of the local community who visit the nature reserves, or who wish to know more about them.

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  • Photography workshops with award-winning wildlife photographer Paul hobson

    Friday 10th January, 2014

    Photo by Ben Keywood

    Always hugely popular, the wildlife photography workshops are back again this year

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  • Sheffield Half Marathon News

    Friday 20th December, 2013

    Dedicated runners of the Sheffield Half Marathon

    Read the latest news from the Sheffield Half Marathon here:

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  • Local people stand up for wildlife

    Tuesday 17th December, 2013

    Photo by Sarah Sidgwick

    Local people are standing up to fight for the protection of wildlife in Sheffield and Rotherham after recent research showed that 60% of wildlife species are declining - with 1 in 10 at risk of extinction. Scientists working side-by-side with 25 wildlife organisations compiled a stock take of our native species called State of Nature that revealed the chilling reality of the condition of our natural environment.

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  • Project provides a bountiful harvest

    Friday 13th December, 2013

    Apples abound in the grounds of 18 local schools as a project dedicated to creating orchards in school grounds comes to an end.

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  • Cameron’s chance to save the countryside’s national treasures

    Thursday 12th December, 2013

    Wildlife Trusts logo

    PM must ensure £15 billion of public money is spent on public benefits

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