- published: 14 Feb 2017
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A walk around the Sheffield Tropical & wildlife Park which features Meerkats, Otters, Chipmunks, Birds, Reptiles, Wallabies and lots more! Thanks for Watching! Subscribe for more videos from Attractions!
We could not find the Wildlife Management Area we were looking for. After about two hours of driving around we found Sheffield Wildlife Management Area. Good thing we got lost because this place was great. After years of working 60 to 70 hours a week and never taking a vacation, Carolyn and I decided to quit our job and begin our full time RV’ing. We bought a 1970 Starcraft pop-up camper and a fixed it up. We may buy something more substantial later but we are quite excited starting our adventure in this pop-up. “We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/litt0a8-20 Facebook: https://www.faceb...
A video commissioned by the Wildlife Trust to celebrate the various food in Sheffield and healthy living programs supported and administered by the Sheffield Wildlife Trust and NHS Change 4 Life. This video has transcribed subtitles. www.impactfilms.co.uk
It covers approximately 350 acres of mature semi-natural deciduous woodland which was previously used for timber and charcoal, and is currently managed by the city council for the benefit of wildlife and visitor access. Music by Kevin MacLeod ~ Private Reflection https://www.facebook.com/historyhaunted/ Photo 1 by Neil-in SheffieldUK panoramio.com Photo 2 by PROBud.flickr.com Photo 3 by Neil Theasby s0.geograph.org.uk Photo 4 by Friends of Ecclesall Woods Photo 5 by stu And MORE HERE megalithic.co.uk Photo 6 by Martin Speck .geograph.org.uk Photo' 7 by Wikityke en.wikipedia.org Photo 8 by Andrew Hill Track junction in Ecclesall Wood The signs are especially welcome in the mature woodland. Photo 9 by weekendnotes.co.uk Photo 10 From Our Favourite Places ourfaveplaces.co.uk Photo 11 From ou...
This is a short documentary showing the natural beauty that can be found in and around Sheffield. It will either make you proud to live in Sheffield or make want to move here. Enjoy. If you liked our video you should definitely check these guys out! - http://www.theoutdoorcity.co.uk/
Flowing through history - mini film made by students from Hinde House Secondary School and Sheffield Wildlife Trust about the River Don as part of the Don Heritage for Young People project funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, Young Roots programme
One of a series of short talks, organised by The Sheffield Green Commission, given by a selection of presenters at Sheffield Hallam University on 20th July. This one is by Liz Ballard from the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust.
This animation is from the Natural Connections display at Weston Park Museum. It explains how Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust will maintain Greno Woods in North Sheffield, to ensure that it continues to play an important role in the well-being of wildlife and local residents. http://www.wildsheffield.com/ http://www.northoverbrown.com/
Meet some of our 2,000-strong team of wildlife champions around the UK. If you'd like to come and work for us please check your local Wildlife Trust's website for current vacancies or go to www.wildlifetrusts.org/jobs. We are also reliant on a huge team of more than 30,000 volunteers - without whom our work restoring nature would be impossible. If you'd like to find out about volunteering opportunities please contact your local Trust.
A film by the Place-keeping Group at the University of Sheffield. Created as part of the European Union Interreg IVB funded research MP4 project 'Making Places Profitable: public and private open spaces', carried out between 2008 and 2012. This film aims to take a closer look at The Wildlife Trust for Sheffield and Rotherham's (SWT) role in place-keeping, by analysing them in terms of the 6 place-keeping dimensions (see 'Introduction to Place-keeping' film for more information) SWT is an example of Trust-led involvement in place-keeping, that operates on a city-wide scale. Other Place-keeping films include: Introduction to Place-keeping; Place-keeping in Sheffield: Sheaf Valley Park: South Street Park; Place-keeping in Sheffield: Sheffield General Cemetery Trust; Place-keeping in ...
A Fantastic project by the Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust to create a Bug Hotel at the Leaf Allotments on Herries Road Sheffield. This creation brought together several groups including the 'Drink Wise Age Well' project and the 'Wild at Heart' photography group that recorded this time lapse video with Tutor Jonathan Harrison.
The RSPB's Big Schools' Birdwatch takes place in the first half of the spring term and pupils from St Theresa's Primary School, Prince of Wales Road have been getting involved. The Big Schools' Birdwatch is an annual educational activity which encourages children to discover the wildlife to be found in their school grounds and to get closer to nature. Sham Powell reports
A family of foxes were playing in the garden for some time, they came in through a burrow under the fence near the tree. I absolutely love foxes because they're elusive, so it feels rewarding to be able to watch them properly for some time and capture it. Enjoy :)
A walk around the Sheffield Tropical Butterfly House. This Attraction also is a Wildlife & Falconry Centre home to Meerkats, Birds, Reptiles, Wallabies, Otters, Chipmunks and lots more! Thanks for Watching! Subscribe for more videos from Attractions!
Through the Viva Veolia project (which ran from 2008 - 2010) young volunteers, aged 16-25, across England were encouraged to develop ideas on how to protect and improve their local environment and put them into practice. Viva Veolia was a new initiative funded by The Veolia Environmental Trust (VET) through the Landfill Communities Fund, and v, the youth volunteering charity, through a Match Fund programme which saw £500,000 being spent at eight local project sites across England over two years. This enabled eight local Wildlife Trusts to support young volunteers as they helped improve their local environment. The project provided young people with the chance to gain new practical skills such as practical and horticultural conservation, recycling, forest schools, young ranger ...