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Northumberland winter wildlife a special joy on cold, still nights

Northumberland winter wildlife a special joy on cold, still nights

Other posts by  |  Kevin OHara on Google+ |  December 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

After sometime off to take care of eye surgery, regular columnist Kevin O’Hara returns to capture the wonder and beauty of wildlife in Northumberland. This time he turns his attention to the wonderment of wildlife in winter, and the special beauty cold days and clear nights can bring when out spotting birds and much more.

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Northumberland Wildlife Trust plans trip to Farnes to mark centenary

Northumberland Wildlife Trust plans trip to Farnes to mark centenary

Other posts by  |  Kevin OHara on Google+ |  May 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

As part of the 100th anniversary of The Wildlife Trusts Movement, Northumberland Wildlife Trust is taking bookings for a 2012 centenary anniversary trip to the Inner Farne Bird Sanctuary. The trip is set for Saturday 23 June from 12.30pm – 5.00pm.

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Hauxley Nature Reserve buoyed by donations

Hauxley Nature Reserve buoyed by donations

Other posts by  |  Kevin OHara on Google+ |  May 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hauxley Nature reserve – destroyed by fire two years ago – has been bowled over by donations it has received. More than £38,000 has been collected so far.

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Celebrating the North’s birds, woodlands and hedges

Celebrating the North’s birds, woodlands and hedges

Other posts by  |  Kevin OHara on Google+ |  May 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Kevin O’Hara, Conservation Officer at Northumberland Wildlife Trust, joins the team of writers at This is Northumberland to produce a new monthly column called Call of the Wild. In it, Kevin will write about the wonders of nature and wildlife in the North East of England. This month, he explores the beauty and vibrancy of the month of May, writes about birds, woodlands and the North East of England’s very diverse hedgerows.

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