It’s been just over 3 weeks since we first caught a glimpse of the Nottingham chicks on peregrinecam. They’re already ten times their birth size!
Who says ducks are boring? This spring, get out the house and become a duck detective! Special report by volunteer Naomi Racz…
As part of Wildlife in the City’s involvement in the River Leen project led by Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust in partnership with Nottingham City Council and the Environment Agency, we are supporting a series of river surveys to find out more about what is in there - and the more people who can help us, the better!
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and Wildlife in the City have started work to improve the wildlife habitats of Clifton - the Connecting Wild Clifton’ project aims to improve the woodland and wetland habitats the area is lucky enough to enjoy.
Every year toads wake up from their winter hibernation and, all together, move towards their breeding pond. They follow the same route each year, which can sometimes be interrupted by roads. This poses a big threat to the toads at a location in Strelley, but can simply be helped with a willing volunteer, a torch and a bucket!