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We are working on a new study into the threat of leprosy in red squirrels with the University of Edinburgh and Dorset Wildlife Trust. Its aim is to better understand the impact of leprosy in Britain’s red squirrel population.
BBC drama The Woman in White features stunning scenery and majestic mansions and was filmed at a number of our places in Northern Ireland…
There’s a palette of colours waiting to be uncovered across breath-taking landscapes at this time of year. Discover woodlands of golden leaves, meandering blue rivers and if you're lucky some red squirrels along the way.
Hundreds of participants ran for the hills once again in our annual Grasmere Gallop trail running event, helping us in our mission to save Grasmere’s native red squirrels.
The scenic village of Kearney in County Down makes its TV debut in a new historical drama taking the prime-time slot on BBC One this Sunday
Mount Stewart is extending its opening hours until 8pm each of the three evenings (6,8 and 10 May). The house, gardens and wider demesne will be open late and there will be have-a-go activities including bird spotting, den building and red squirrel spotting to take part in.
Grandparents were much more adventurous during their youth in the great outdoors than today's youngsters - half of whom have never even climbed a tree, a survey shows.
Access to beautiful Rockham beach, close to Mortehoe on the North Devon coast, has been restored after a long period of closure.
To mark the imminent changing of the seasons, we've created 'The Little Book of Great Walks' with 18 rambles of varying difficulty, length and terrain at special places throughout Northern Ireland.
This summer we’re encouraging families to get out in the fresh air by celebrating the simple stick – the must-have toy for outdoor adventures. Take a look to see why imaginative play in nature is so important for kids, and watch musician Raleigh Ritchie’s rap about the magic of the stick.
Details of our free open days in Fermanagh on 2 & 3 March and elsewhere in Northern Ireland on the 9 March.
Murlough National Nature Reserve has been voted 'Favourite Nature Reserve' by you!
The ranger team have been out at Wheal Coates working to create better footpaths.
When the lakeshore path beside Derwent Water was torn up by Storm Desmond, we created a plan to make its replacement more flood resilient and access friendly. Find out how
Benbane Head, part of the Causeway Coast Way, has been voted Northern Ireland’s Most Epic View.
After 30 years with the National Trust and 26 years looking after Blickling’s 4,500 acre estate, Head Ranger Dave Brady has hung up his work boots for the last time.
Could you be in with a chance to win GIANT day out for your primary school?
We've been working really hard to re-open and repair as many paths and bridges as possible, following the damage caused by the storms in Winter 2015