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

  • National win for Worcester bugs

    Friday 21st November, 2014

    Wendy Field's Bugingham Palace

    A grand design to help bugs has been awarded ultimate ‘des-res’ status in a national wildlife gardening competition.

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  • Childhood inspiration

    Thursday 20th November, 2014

    Dominique with lease and replacement box

    A volunteer with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has recently uncovered a childhood present that inspired her to work in the field of conservation.

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  • Butterfly home secured

    Friday 31st October, 2014

    Brown hairstreak (c) Pete Smith

    Two conservation organisations have joined forces to secure the future of a small woodland for butterflies.

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  • Log sales at Tiddesley Wood

    Monday 13th October, 2014

    Loading woodchips at Tiddesley Wood

    Anyone feeling the need to warm up their toes in front of a roaring fire as winter draws in are reminded that the annual log sales at Tiddesley Wood start at the end of October.

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  • Creating wildlife TV in your garden

    Tuesday 7th October, 2014

    Kate MacRae setting up a trailcam

    A regular BBC contributor will be appearing as the guest speaker at Worcestershire Wildlife Trust’s Annual General Meeting.

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  • Orchard fun at the Knapp

    Tuesday 30th September, 2014

    Peter Case and apple tree (c) Wendy Carter

    Staff and volunteers are inviting Worcestershire’s residents to join in a day of orchard fun.

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  • Volunteers needed for log sales

    Saturday 27th September, 2014

    Log sales at Tiddesley Wood (c) Harry Green

    A volunteer group that runs a major fundraising activity for Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is holding a taster day for potential new recruits.

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  • Meadows saved!

    Friday 26th September, 2014

    Hollybed Farm Meadows (c) Wendy Carter

    Staff and volunteers from Worcestershire’s largest conservation charity are celebrating after raising the funds to save a series of wildflower meadows near Castlemorton.

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  • Youngsters find rare fungus

    Wednesday 24th September, 2014

    Abigail and Rosie ID fungus (c) Chris Doncaster

    Two young wildlife enthusiasts discovered a rare fungus while exploring with their monthly wildlife group.

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  • Rare visitor to Upton Warren

    Friday 19th September, 2014

    Temminck's stint (c) Vern Wright

    A rare migrant bird has dropped into a wetland nature reserve between Bromsgrove and Droitwich Spa.

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