In a new series of stories, we hear from our team of nature loving, hard-working rangers and take a closer look at some of the unique wildlife they look after at our places.
Ever wondered what it takes to be a ranger for the National Trust in Northern Ireland? Here Rowan Patterson shares experience of being an academy ranger in Belfast...
Hugh tells us about his work on Strangford Lough and it why attracts over 75% of the world’s population of Brent geese each year.
In the first of a new series 'Ranger Tales' we introduce you to Toby Edwards, a ranger at Mount Stewart who has a special interest in saving the red squirrel...
From bobbin' robins to darting deer and scurrying squirrels to swooping birds of prey, what wildlife will you spot at our places this winter?
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Come owl-spotting at our places. You might see one in the trees or hunting over pastures.