A wonderful array of wildlife awaits visitors to the Ormskirk nature reserve
Thousands of birds set to migrate to West Lancashire for the winter
Diverters help raise the visibility for the 30,000 whooper swans and pink-footed geese that migrate to the area every year from Iceland
Cedar Farm and Crook Hall Farm celebrate winning prestigious accolades - Plus full list of winners. By Nick Hughes
Pat Weston became involved with the campaign in memory of her husband Eddie
New feature hopes to give visitors a unique experience
OVER 250 people flocked to WWT Martin Mere Duck Race!
POLICE are looking for a man in connection with a string of binocular thefts.
PLEAS for homeowners to help halt the decline of Britain's best-loved birds were issued by the Wildlife Trust.
MARTIN Mere is offering young readers the chance to win a day with one of its wardens.
MARTIN Mere is celebrating the arrival of a new face this week following the departure of centre manager Andy Wooldridge.
WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre is launching Early Bird walks in May to allow visitors a unique opportunity to watch the reserve spring into life at dawn.
A BRAND new event is starting at WWT Martin Mere on Wednesday 17 April: Behind the scenes Wednesdays.
STAFF at WWT Martin Mere, in Burscough, are heralding the start of spring – and the downy duckling season – with a number of Nene goslings hatching at the centre.
NFU president Peter Kendall has visited West Lancashire and spoken to farmers who were affected by last year’s floods.
A PROPOSAL to build a windfarm in West Lancashire has prompted concerns from residents, conservationists and Sefton council.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a Martin Mere volunteer who was tragically killed when crossing through a car park in Ormskirk.
FEEDING otters and swans guaranteed a fun time was had by all at the Meningitis Trust’s Lancashire Family Day at Martin Mere Wetland Centre, near Ormskirk on Sunday, March 3.
A MAJOR search operation for a mum-of-three who went missing following a trip to the supermarket ended in tragedy yesterday (Wednesday) after the discovery of a body.