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

  • Wildlife Halloween at The Commandery

    Thursday 24th October, 2013

    Pumpkin carved with Wildlife Watch (c) Amy Lewis

    Families are being invited along to The Commandery on Thursday 31st October to take part in some spooky wildlife goings on.

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  • Project Wild Thing comes to Bromsgrove

    Thursday 17th October, 2013

    Ivy and David (c) Project Wild Thing

    The Artrix Arts Centre in Bromsgrove is hosting the launch of an ambitious new film that is part of an exciting UK-wide movement.

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  • Presents that help wildlife

    Thursday 17th October, 2013

    Dormouse hibernating (c) Danny Green

    Fly like a butterfly or take a magical carpet ride – just two of the virtual gifts launched by a local wildlife conservation charity.

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  • Log sales volunteers wanted

    Tuesday 1st October, 2013

    Log sales volunteers (c) Claire Dovey

    Volunteers from the Pershore area are looking to swell their numbers by holding a taster day for more potential volunteers.

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  • Water talk at AGM

    Monday 23rd September, 2013

    Beautiful demoiselle (c) Peter Richardson

    Local conservationist and winner of this year’s Worcestershire Wildlife Medal, Mike Averill, will be giving a talk at the AGM of local conservation charity Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • Fish refuge created near Redditch

    Monday 16th September, 2013

    Brown trout (c) Jack Perks

    A fish fry refuge has been created at Grove Farm on the Bow Brook near Feckenham.

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  • Farmland, Meadows and Wildlife

    Friday 13th September, 2013

    Yellowhammer (c) Pete Walkden

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust volunteers are holding an evening for local residents to discover more about the range of wildlife on their doorstep.

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  • Inspired by wildlife? Help protect it.

    Monday 9th September, 2013

    up close with wildlife - holding hawkmoths (c) Roger Pannell

    Have you had a butterfly land on your nose? Spent time watching the bees or feeding the birds in your garden? Enjoyed our beautiful Worcestershire countryside?

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  • Volunteers needed at Windmill Hill

    Wednesday 28th August, 2013

    Clearing scrub at Windmill Hill

    Lovers of the outdoors are being invited to join a Vale-based volunteers conservation group.

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  • Bow Brook improved for wildlife

    Tuesday 13th August, 2013

    Re-profiling the bank of the Bow Brook (c) Peter Case

    Fish will have a nicer place to swim once work to correct previous dredging and straightening on the Bow Brook at Drakes Broughton is complete.

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