Read about the latest conservation issues, campaigns, events and happenings at the Trust.

  • A plum job!

    Friday 27th February, 2015

    Plum tree planting at Tiddesley Wood (c) Wendy Carter

    Volunteers will plant 100 plum trees at Tiddesley Wood on 3rd March thanks to funding from the Lafarge Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund.

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  • Photo competition deadline

    Tuesday 24th February, 2015

    Pine beauty (c) Mark Peacock

    Local photographers have got just over a month left to enter their best photos to a popular annual photography.

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  • Trust champions butterflies in new book

    Friday 20th February, 2015

    Brown hairstreak (c) Dave Butler

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has become a ‘species champion’ of the brown hairstreak and wood white butterflies.

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  • Accolade for children's wildlife group

    Wednesday 18th February, 2015

    Mud monsters (c) Debs Richardson Bull

    A group of young wildlife enthusiasts who explore the natural environment at monthly meetings have been highly commended in the Wildlife Watch Group of the Year awards from The Wildlife Trusts.

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  • Half-term fun

    Wednesday 11th February, 2015

    Boy looking for minibeasts in undergrowth

    Families are invited to discover our heroes of the wildlife world.

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  • A Musical Tweet

    Thursday 29th January, 2015

    Wren and magnolia (c) Shelly Perkins

    Lovers of nature, literature, music and art arts are being invited to treat themselves to an evening out this March.

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  • Boynes meadows saved

    Friday 23rd January, 2015

    Boynes Meadow (c) Rob Allen

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has just completed the purchase of three meadows adjacent to their Boynes Coppice nature reserve near Upton-upon-Severn.

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  • Conservation work at Upton Warren

    Thursday 15th January, 2015

    Creation of small pool (c) Andy Harris

    Major conservation work is taking place at Worcestershire’s premier birdwatching nature reserve.

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  • New staff for schools and families

    Monday 12th January, 2015

    Hannah Thomas (left), Nicky Willner (right)

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has recently appointed two new Engagement Officers to develop their work with families and schools.

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  • Wildlife inspires winner

    Tuesday 16th December, 2014

    Peeping grasshopper (c) Emma Baker

    An ex-member of a Wyre Forest wildlife group has gone on to win a national nature photography competition.

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