Each year, the 1st October marks World Habitat Day, a day to reflect on the state of our towns and cities, and the basic right to adequate shelter for all. But what about the animals that live in our woodland habitats?
Our Go Wild in the Woods campaign is back again this summer to encourage families across Greater Manchester to explore the woodland across our city region. Woodland is so important to our environment and eco-system but it's important not to forget how vital it is to childhood.
International Bat Night, where nature conservation agencies come together across Europe to highlight how important bats are, takes place over August 24 and 25 and has taken place every year since 1997 in more than 30 countries.
Who doesn't still get excited when they see a stunning butterfly fluttering around their garden or out on a walk? However, the Butterfly Conservation organisation's State of the UK butterflies report in 2015 found that 70% of UK species were in decline in occurrence, and 57% have declined in abundance.