Posted on 17th February 2015
Winners and runners- up from the 2014 North East Wildlife Photography Competition organised by Tees Valley, Durham and Northumberland Wildlife Trusts along with the Natural History Society of Northumbria (NHSN) and the Great North Museum: Hancock have gone on display at Guisborough Forest and Branch Walkway this week until end February. Phone 01287 631132 for opening times.
Wildlife Portrait – 2nd – I only have eyes for you by Terrance Stares
Posted on 10th February 2015
More than 100 yellow fish are to appear in unusual places across one of South Stockton’s Thornaby estates.
The aquatic creatures are to encourage people to think about what they put down surface water drains and to highlight and reduce the significant negative impact that misconnected waste water plumbing in homes and businesses, and the misuse of road gullies, can have on the local aquatic environment.
Road gullies are designed to only drain surface water into surface water drains and sewers. This
Posted on 2nd February 2015
CALL FOR ENTRIES
The 2015 Competition is now open for entries
Your chance to win a prestigious award, with a cash prize of £5,000, and reach millions through national exposure. Help raise awareness about British wildlife and celebrate our natural heritage.
Winners and commended entrants will have their work showcased in a touring exhibition and stunning book, and will be invited to an exclusive Awards ceremony in London. The overall prize fund worth up to £20,000 includes prizes from lead sponsors Sky and