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

  • What lies beneath Upton Warren...

    Tuesday 29th September, 2015

    The Flashes (c) Andy Harris

    Worcestershire’s premier birdwatching nature reserve is about to look a lot different as work to assess the site’s hydrology gets underway.

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  • Log lobbers needed!

    Wednesday 16th September, 2015

    Log lobbing (c) Wendy Carter

    Volunteers at a popular Pershore nature reserve narrowly lost to staff in a log lobbing competition to help raise awareness of their need for more pairs of hands.

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  • Hedgehog sightings needed

    Tuesday 15th September, 2015

    Hedgehog (c) Gillian Day

    Worcestershire’s hedgehogs are in trouble and need the help of residents from across the county.

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  • Wild about Orchards at The Knapp

    Monday 14th September, 2015

    Apples at the Knapp (c) Paul Lane

    Worcestershire residents are being invited to a day of orchard fun at a local nature reserve.

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  • Blackhouse Wood saved!

    Thursday 27th August, 2015

    Blackhouse Wood (c) Paul Lane

    The rare and endangered dormouse will be able to sleep soundly thanks to the purchase of an ancient semi-natural woodland in the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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  • Guided walk at Monkwood

    Monday 24th August, 2015

    Monkwood (c) Wendy Carter

    A Droitwich-based supporter group of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is inviting residents to join them on a walk around a local nature reserve.

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  • Photo comp winners announced

    Thursday 30th July, 2015

    Blue tit (c) Pete Cheshire

    A starling sunset, a smiling frog, beautiful meadows and frosty leaves are just four of the fantastic winning images in Worcestershire Wildlife Trust’s annual photography competition.

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  • Wild holidays!

    Monday 13th July, 2015

    Exploring the minibeast hotel

    Families across Worcestershire are being invited to join Worcestershire Wildlife Trust in a series of events aimed at getting children exploring the natural world during the summer holidays.

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  • Funding for county's waterways

    Friday 3rd July, 2015

    A silt trap (c) Lucy Wood

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has secured over £80,000 to improve water quality and wildlife habitats in Bromsgrove, Redditch and the Teme Valley.

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  • Worcester to go Wild

    Thursday 2nd July, 2015

    Slow-worm (c) Bruce Shortland

    Residents in Worcester are to have the opportunity to discover more about the wildlife they share their city with.

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