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County Recorder (North East - Carlisle & Eden)
County Recorder (North West - Allerdale & Copeland)
County Recorder (South - South Lakeland & Furness)
Cumbria Bird Club
Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Walney Bird Observatory
A new colony of one of Europe's rarest butterflies has been discovered on a Cumbrian RSPB reserve, marking a major new milestone for a reintroduction project. read on
A pair of Hen Harriers is breeding at Geltsdale RSPB, Cumbria, after a decade's absence, but only three nests have been found in England this year. read on
After the recently reported disappearance of a trio of Hen Harriers in Lancashire, another English bird goes missing from its North-West breeding site in mysterious circumstances. read on
The first young Red Kites to be hatched in Cumbria since 1807 are being raised at the Grizedale reintroduction project. read on
Alan Tilmouth on a publication that explores the wildlife living in and around one of Britain's most iconic structures. read on
The latest in the series from Buckingham Press describes an underwatched area. read on
Roger Ratcliffe introduces us to a book sure to get the most out of a Lakeland ramble. read on
A change in the behaviour of the birds in the last few days suggests that at least two eggs have already been laid, and a third one could be on the way. read on
The first Osprey chick to have been reared in the Lakes for at least 150 years could be on its way back to the UK for the first time. read on
England's most famous wildlife family is the centre of attention again today with the announcement that the Ospreys nesting in Cumbria have successfully hatched eggs and have produced two chicks. read on
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