Fox, Jamie Hall
Mountain hare, Luke Massey 2020VISION
Water vole, Terry Whittaker 2020 Vision
Dipper, Andy Rouse 2020VISION
Wildlife Trusts in the Peak District are calling for urgent action to create a wilder National Park rich in wildlife
Europe’s leading authority on Vulture Conservation has written to Derbyshire Wildlife Trust expressing concerns about the Bearded Vulture which is currently in the region and the risks it faces…
Artists support a wild auction for hen harrier day
*Update: We’re sad to report this morning (6th March) that the peregrine falcon has died. This follows surgery to try and remove the second lead pellet from his shoulder.*
Birds of prey are in trouble in the Peak District. They should be a common sight on the hills and moorlands but evidence has shown that for some species, such as peregrines, goshawks and hen…
A team of six volunteers and a Severn Trent ranger accompanied one of our Reserves Officers, Sam Willis, to repair osprey platforms in the Carsington area.
Peak District Bird of Prey Initiative is failing. That’s the conclusion we've come to this week following the release of the Initiative’s annual statistics.
Great news - yet another osprey platform has been installed in Derbyshire.
We're thrilled that that red kites have successfully bred in the county for the first time in more than 150 years!
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is strongly opposed to any human interference in the nesting of hen harriers, one of England’s rarest nesting birds.