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Official account of the Chorley & District Natural History Society, a charity recording nature, based in Lancashire, England. Please tag us in local sightings.
British hedgehog now officially classified as vulnerable to extinction https://www.britishhedgehogs.org.uk/british-hedgehog-now-officially-classified-as-vulnerable-to-extinction/
Great to see these little dabchicks on my local lodge with their second brood of chicks, I hope they are more successful than their first! @PrestonNature @chorleynats @RSPBEngland @Lancswildlife
@chorleynats 14 lapwing just gone south over Brindle...
Not a great pic! But a fabulous banded demoiselle @CuerdenValleyPk stunning to see them in flight, bejewelled creatures that they are! @BDSdragonflies @BC_Lancs @chorleynats @Lancswildlife
White Coppice, a variety of fledglings including this Stonechat. Othrrs still in the nest at the moment (Song Thrush). http://forum.chorleynats.org.uk/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=25107