Walking through Bowdown Woods - Rob Appleby
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Volunteers at Woodberry Wetlands
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In Greno woods, Sheffield - Helena Dolby
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© Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography
The Wildlife Trusts are leading the largest ever recruitment drive for red squirrel volunteers. With the help of National Lottery funding, the Trusts aim to increase volunteer numbers from 500 to…
A unique new project to secure the future of the native nutkin in the UK is set to receive £1.2million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)