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

  • Wildlife Photography Workshops

    Wednesday 26th June, 2013

    Nuthatch (c) Jason Curtis

    Budding wildlife photographers are being invited to hone their skills with one of two wildlife photography workshops hosted by Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • Poppies at Blackstone Farm Fields

    Monday 10th June, 2013

    Poppies at Blackstone Farm Fields (c) Jonathan Cartwright

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is expecting another roadside sea of red at their Blackstone Farm Fields nature reserve between Stourport and Bewdley over the coming weeks.

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  • Hollybed Farm announced as a Coronation Meadow

    Wednesday 5th June, 2013

    Starling Bank SSSI, Hollybed Farm (c) Harry Green

    A Worcestershire Wildlife Trust meadow has become one of the first Coronation meadows in the country.

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  • 60% of UK wildlife in decline

    Tuesday 21st May, 2013

    Cuckoo (c) Stuart Andrews

    No snuffling hedgehogs, no calling cuckoos, no buzzing bees and no fields of wildflowers.

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  • Amazing Animals in Worcester Woods

    Friday 17th May, 2013

    Badger and child look at minibeast (c) Wendy Carter

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is running a day long series of fun discovery activities for visitors to Worcester Woods during half-term.

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  • Discovering Wildlife Courses

    Friday 3rd May, 2013

    Idenitifying plants (c) Suzi Richer

    Local conservation charity Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is inviting residents across the county to discover more about the wonderful wildlife that’s found throughout Worcestershire.

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  • A Day with Bees

    Thursday 2nd May, 2013

    Tree bee (c) Rosemary Winnall

    The fascinating world of bees is on offer with a BBC’s Brigit Strawbridge at Lower Smite Farm, headquarters of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • Bees face a Brighter Future

    Tuesday 30th April, 2013

    Carder bee (c) Wendy Carter

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has joined with the UK's 46 other Wildlife Trusts to welcome decision to restrict certain pesticides, known as neonics.

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  • 360 spin on Worcestershire

    Wednesday 24th April, 2013

    Eades Meadow panorama (Mike McFarlane)

    Photographer Mike McFarlane’s epic 5,903 mile cycle ride around the UK has provided an exhaustive – and exhausting – picture of The Wildlife Trusts’ campaign for Living Landscapes, including stunning imagery of Worcestershire’s fabulous countryside.

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  • Tiddesley Wood Open Day

    Tuesday 23rd April, 2013

    Craftswoman at work at Tiddesley Wood Open Day

    Volunteers are once again gearing up to run their annual open day at a popular Pershore nature reserve.

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