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

  • Wild About Woodlands - Knapp & Papermill

    Monday 13th April, 2015

    Family in bluebell woods (c) Tom Marshall

    Woodland flowers and wildlife will be the centre of attention at a Wild About Woodlands event in Alfrick this month.

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  • Wildlife discovery courses

    Wednesday 8th April, 2015

    Birdsong course (c) Wendy Carter

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is running a range of wildlife discovery courses to help wildlife-lovers brush up their knowledge of Worcestershire’s wildlife.

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  • Easter holiday family activities

    Monday 23rd March, 2015

    Slow-worm hunting (c) Debs Richardson Bull

    Families are being encouraged to get wild about wildlife during the Easter holidays.

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  • Hill Court Farm volunteer day

    Monday 16th March, 2015

    Hill Court Farm volunteers (c) Sara Burton

    Southwest Worcestershire residents are being invited to find out what being a wildlife conservation volunteer is all about this month.

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  • Feckenham Wylde Moor volunteer day

    Friday 13th March, 2015

    Volunteers hay cutting at Feckenham Wylde Moor (c) Paul Meers

    Local residents are being invited to find out what being a wildlife conservation volunteer is all about.

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  • Conservation work at The Knapp

    Wednesday 11th March, 2015

    Woodland edge encroachment (c) Paul Lane

    Work to improve both meadows and woodland edge habitat at a popular nature reserve is about to begin.

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  • Help to Save Woodland

    Friday 6th March, 2015

    Blackhouse Wood  (c) Paul Lane

    A local conservation charity has raised more than £60,000 in the first three weeks of a major fundraising appeal.

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  • A Wild Life is a Better Life

    Monday 2nd March, 2015

    Becky and her two boys

    When we stop and think, we all know that nature is good for us – but how often do we stop and think?

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  • 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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