Happy New Year!!!

by Russ on January 7, 2013

Welcome to the very first Nature Talks and Walks blog of 2013. We hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. What a year 2012 was. Along with the Olympics,  the Diamond Jubilee and the celebration of 50 years of Bond, last year was also the year that we first started delivering nature talks and wildlife walks right across the North West.

From schools in Bolton and Wigan and organised groups in St Helens and Manchester to the canal systems that run all the way from Lancaster to Saltaire we’ve talked about wildlife of every sort and seen some fantastic nature along the way. But none of this could have been possible without all the schools and groups we’ve worked with, so a massive thank you goes out to all of you.

Young deer, or fawns, are hard to spot in spring due to their spotty camouflage. The great news is that 2012 was just the start. In 2013 we’re aiming to extend our range even further across the North-West, spreading the world about the thrills and joys of British Wildlife. If you are part of or know a school, group or any type organisation that may be interested in what we offer, then please feel free to get in touch with us at [email protected] for more information.

We hope that 2013 proves to be a fantastic year for all our readers. Make sure you stay tuned for plenty of future blogs on British Wildlife, locations and updates.

Oh, and one last thing.

Happy New Year!!!

Don’t forget…

Leave a comment below with any stories of wildlife you’d like to share and send your pictures to:

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Take care, and stay on the wild side.



Pictures provided by wildlife photographer John Barlow.


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