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Immature Goshawk North Yorkshire Feb 2017 © Paul Coombes

Wildlife Sightings - February 2017

  • Wed 1st Mar, 2017

A wide variety of wildlife feature this month as the milder weather brought resident birds into spring mode, late winter moths on the wing and the first few emerging butterflies from hibernation. Seashore work by YWT revealed discoveries and there were even a few dolphins passing our shores.

Blackcap (male) © Dan Lombard

What To Look Out For - March 2017

  • Thu 23rd Feb, 2017

Whatever the weather is like, March brings with it lengthening days. Snakes alive, its early spring! A new awakening for nature and for us! YCN’s Richard Baines explores what to look out for during the coming month.

Glaucous Gull Filey January 2017 © Mark Pearson

Wildlife Sightings - January 2017

  • Tue 31st Jan, 2017

A new year dawns and with it brings renewed inspiration for discovering the natural wonders of North and East Yorkshire. On the 1st some of our old friends from 2016 were still with us giving people lots of pleasure

Great Cormorant North Yorkshire 2017 © Steve Race

What To Look Out For - February 2017

  • Thu 26th Jan, 2017

Colder weather has slowly crept into 2017, but there isn’t much snow yet…. This is good news for some birds such as Kingfishers and Barn Owls.

Jungle Owlet at Jungle Jim's Retreat © Richard Baines

Northern India Trip 2016. Part II Binsar To Corbett

  • Thu 19th Jan, 2017

The Kosi River is thought to be named after Kausiki, the sister of the sage Vishvamitra. She was cursed by her husband who prayed for her to turn into a river. Despite Kausiki’s notorious temper, her river was blessed with many fantastic birds; she certainly shined on us as we travelled south