Salford Town Councillor Lewis Nelson was appointed the first Wildlife Champion for Salford last week. The newly created Wildlife Champion
Salford University scientists shortlisted for prestigious award for Chernobyl Disaster animal research project
The study, led by Dr Mike Wood from the University’s School of Environment and Life Sciences, looked into how radiation had affected animal populations at the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (CEZ).
Eight environmental projects in Greater Manchester, including a primary school gardening club and a project to re-invigorate Brunswick estate, have received £12,170 of FirstTranspennine Express Green Grants.
The thought of moth watching on a Saturday night might not give you butterflies in your stomach, but the work of migration experts would be ‘impossible’ without volunteers.
May you bloom and grow! Manchester scoops cash prize that will allow green space to flourish in urban landscape
Manchester can look forward to a summer in full bloom after scooping the top prize in the national ‘Grow Wild England’ competition.
Colourful parakeets could add a splash of colour to an otherwise white winter this year, as Manchester twitchers are reporting a surge in the unusual bird population across the region.
Dwindling numbers of the ‘pink pigeon’ could see the highly-endangered bird soon go the same way as its relative the dodo – yet new research from a Manchester university may have the answer to save it.
Rochdale Hedgehog Rescue Society speak to MM about the plummeting population of hedgehogs around Greater Manchester and give advice as to what residents can do to help preserve the species.
Award-winning vintage wedding company owner Sharon Lomas along with her husband Garry Lomas discovered the trio on their Lyme Park farm last month.
Plan bee: Manchester wildlife detectives urged to log sightings to combat decline for Great British Bee Count
The inaugural Great British Bee Count is an initiative which will help scientists build a nationwide picture of bee health.