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

  • Wild Summer

    Tuesday 30th July, 2013

    Totems and teepees

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is offering parents and grandparents the chance to fill some of the long summer holidays with exciting wildlife discovery activities.

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  • Afternoon tea party

    Monday 29th July, 2013

    Anne Williams and Debs Bull enjoy tea and cake

    The bees are buzzing, the butterflies are fluttering and staff from Worcestershire Wildlife Trust are looking forward to welcoming visitors to Lower Smite Farm for an afternoon tea party.

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  • Stags in the garden?

    Saturday 27th July, 2013

    Stag beetle (c) Harry Green

    Upton upon Severn residents are being asked to be on the lookout for signs for a Worcestershire rarity.

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  • Photo competition winners announced

    Wednesday 24th July, 2013

    Tawny owl (c) Jason Curtis

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has been overwhelmed by entries to their annual photography competition.

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  • iSpy Wildlife at Lower Smite Farm

    Wednesday 10th July, 2013

    Getting up close with minibeasts (c) Wendy Carter

    Young and old alike are being invited to discover more about the wonderful wildlife our gardens, parks, villages and towns have to offer.

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  • Volunteers needed in Broadway

    Sunday 7th July, 2013

    Volunteers at Broadway Gravel Pit

    Vale of Evesham residents are being invited to make get outdoors and make a difference for wildlife.

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  • 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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