There are a number of Wildlife and Nature groups in the Lancaster and Morecambe Area with events for adults and children. I will update if there is new information. Also Nature areas with scope for joining in as a volunteer.
Leighton Moss has events for families at most times of the year. There are many volunteers who undertake a variety of tasks from working in the centre as ‘meet and greet’ to tidying flower beds and cutting back reeds.
@Leighton_moss Leighton Moss
Marine Conservation Society @MCSLancs and @MCSUK. They meet at the Gregson Centre @GregsonCentre. During the winter there are meetings and also they go to Half Moon Bay Heysham for litter picking and recording what items are washed up on the beach.
Morecambe Bay Partnership. A charity which is involved in a lot of activities involving nature @MorecambeBayUK @_Mbay @H2H_Tweets @LoveMyBeachMBP @BirdsoftheBay There are Archeological and Beach Cleaning activities. Childrens activities include rock poolinga and land art
North Lancashire Wildlife Group meets at the Church of the Ascension Hall, Torrisholme, Morecambe during the winter and have activities at Warton Crag and walks.
They also have a library of Nature Books. The admission to meetings is £2 and includes refreshments.
Wildlife trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside look after a range of sites including Middleton Nature Reserve, Heysham Moss Nature Reserve and Heysham Nature Reserve on the road to the Ocean Edge Caravan Park on Moneyclose Lane. Throught the summer there are many events in the purpose built education building at the Heyham Nature Reserve. There are no facilities at Heysham Moss or Middleton. Website for Lancashire Wildlife Trust
Heysham Nature Reserve
Morecambe, Lancashire, LA3 2UW
Middleton Nature Reserve
Heysham Moss Nature Reserve
National Trust Heysham Headland @NT_NorthWest
This is a rich area for Nature and is included as there may be opportunites for volunteering
Fairfield Nature Reserve, Lancaster
A recent nature reserve which many people are not aware of. Events all year.
There are footpaths x 2 from Aldcliffe road and Wingate Saul Road