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Lancashire Walks and Wildlife magazine launch their year list for 2013
and ask local residents to get involved in collating wildlife sightings
from across the county.

Lancashire, UK, January 16, 2013 -- Residents across the county are being
asked to keep their eyes peeled when it comes to local wildlife in 2013,
as Lancashire Walks and Wildlife magazine launch their campaign to keep
track of the region’s natural environment.

The publication will be collating Lancashire wildlife sightings from
across the county throughout 2013 for their year list and want local
residents to get involved.

A brand new publication, Lancashire Walks and Wildlife aims to encourage
people to get the most from their region’s countryside, showcasing
country walks and exploring local wildlife in every issue, while also
featuring expert advice, reviews and competitions.

Sightings will be published both in the magazine and online so readers
can be kept up to date with some of the wonderful species spotted in the
county.

Andrew Barton, Lancashire Walks and Wildlife editor, said:
“We’re delighted to be starting the Lancashire wildlife year list for
2013.

“Lancashire is home to some great wildlife and we’d love to get as many
sightings of different species as we can this year, so we’re encouraging
the people of Lancashire to get involved and let us know what they’ve
seen and where.

“The Lancashire Walks and Wildlife staff will be out and about too
looking for sightings to add to the list.”

There are some simple rules: for a sighting to make it onto the
Lancashire wildlife year list, all submissions must be wild, free and
alive and you must have seen it yourself in Lancashire or the surrounding
areas between 1 January and 31 December 2013.

Andrew continued:
“We can’t wait to hear what people have spotted in the local area.”

How to submit a sighting:
Via the Walks and Wildlife website
Tweet @wildlancs
On Facebook

The first edition of Lancashire Walks and Wildlife will be available from
1st March.

To subscribe to Lancashire Walks and Wildlife or for more information,
visit http://www.walksandwildlife.co.uk or call 0161 768 0011.
About Lancashire Walks and Wildlife:
Lancashire Walks and Wildlife is a new magazine offering information on
how to get the most from your Lancashire countryside, with picturesque
walks through the county's rich landscape and a detailed look at the
region's diverse wildlife. The first issue will be available in Spring
2013. Lancashire Walks and Wildlife is a Naturally Media publication.

Contact:
Hayley Merrick
Lancashire Walks and Wildlife
Lancashire, UK
01257 470101
hayley@inspia.co.uk
http://www.walksandwildlife.co.uk

				
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