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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.
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.
Castle Ward puts NI on the map at major Dutch Tourism Show
Public Faces, Private Lives focuses on the juxtaposition of the Hollywood persona and home life of celebrated film and stage actress, Vivien Leigh, who gained international stardom with her role as Scarlett O’Hara in the film Gone with the Wind (1939). The exhibition includes letters, diaries, photographs, film scripts and costume sketches from her personal collection. This is the first major display of this collection anywhere since the private archive of more than 10,000 items was acquired from Leigh’s family in 2013 by the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A).
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.
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.
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.
The National Trust in the south Lakes is working on the final link in a chain of off-road footpaths.
Three miles of new walking trails, winding through a landscape ‘lost in time’, establishes Mount Stewart’s reputation as one of the best-preserved Irish country demesnes.
You can now walk a new stretch of coastal path along the White Cliffs of Dover. We are working with Natural England to ensure people and wildlife can make the most of our shorelines.
Sadly, changes in farming practices and habitat loss are leading to some of our most treasured birds being put at risk.
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
Rangers and volunteers spent over 150 hours clearing overgrown shrubbery and invasive trees that threatened the historic monument
Are you a regular visitor to Blickling? Do you enjoy walking round the estate? If so, the countryside team could use your help.
We spend nine times longer searching screens for inspiration than seeing Wales for real. Let's go from online scrolling to real-life strolling!