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Yorkshire Coast Nature and Wold Ecology Ltd support, with small grants,  local community projects linked to nature conservation. Here you can read about some of the projects from the people involved.

Black-browed Albatross at Bempton summer 2022 © Steve Race

What Inspires Me To Inspire Others Part 2

  • Wed 20th Jul, 2022

Continuing on from where we left… this time instead of waking up to the echo of bird song, I opened my curtains at 6.00 am to mere silence and a blanket of snow covering the landscape before me.

Maddie on her first day working on our North Yorkshire Turtle Dove Project

What Inspires Me To Inspire Others - Part 1

  • Tue 19th Jul, 2022

As a young girl I was fascinated with wildlife, I would dream of travelling to the most exotic countries to work alongside some of the most extraordinary animals and birds that graced our planet.

Tree Sparrow © Richard Baines

A Humble Home

  • Thu 25th Feb, 2021

The first modern style nest box was built and erected in the early 19th century by the conservationist Charles Waterton for use on his reserve.

Inspiring the Generations

Inspiring The Generations

  • Wed 4th Nov, 2020

Margaret Boyd YCN wildlife guide and Education Officer at Yorkshire Water Top Hill Low Nature Reserve shares her personal reflections on the importance of environmental education in all ages.

Meadow Brown © Richard Baines

The Great Yorkshire Creature Count

  • Thu 25th Jun, 2020

At the start of June, the Wildlife Trusts across the country launched their 30 Days Wild challenge which has been engaging and inspiring people to get out and experience nature