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

  • 30 things to do @ Lower Smite Farm

    Friday 18th May, 2018

    Bug hunting (c) Kevin Williams

    Find a spider’s web, walk barefoot in an orchard and spot three different kinds of flower; families are being challenged to complete 30 wild activities during spring half-term.

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  • Wildlife Project for Worcester

    Tuesday 15th May, 2018

    Wildlife project in Worcester City

    Worcestershire’s largest social landlord has teamed up with the county’s largest nature conservation charity to deliver a twelve month wildlife project.

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  • Wildlife thrives at The Devil's Spittleful

    Friday 4th May, 2018

    Common lizard (c) Amy Lewis

    Work to improve a popular nature reserve for wildlife is reaping rewards.

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  • 30 Days Wild is back!

    Monday 30th April, 2018

    Blow a dandelion clock (c) Matthew Roberts

    The annual challenge from Worcestershire Wildlife Trust to reconnect people with the natural world returns this June.

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  • New tools for volunteers

    Friday 27th April, 2018

    Volunteers with some of the new tools (c) Wendy Carter

    Volunteers and wildlife are the winners in a recent supermarket vote to help community groups in Worcestershire.

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  • Nominate your Wildlife Hero

    Thursday 26th April, 2018

    Gardeners and eco group from Bredon Hill Academy (c) Wendy Carter

    The county’s largest nature conservation charity is on the hunt for Wildlife Heroes.

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  • Tiddesley Wood Open Day

    Tuesday 24th April, 2018

    Tiddesley Wood Open Day 2017 (c) Emily Brazier

    Heavy horses, craft workers, live music and guided walks are among the highlights of the 32nd Tiddesley Wood Open Day this year.

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  • #ActSwiftly for wildlife

    Thursday 19th April, 2018

    Diversifying crops and managing land sensitively (c) Caroline Corsie

    If, like a swift, you could take a bird’s-eye view of Worcestershire you’d see how planning and farming policies affect our landscape.

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  • Vets go wild for wildlife

    Wednesday 11th April, 2018

    Rebekka, Helen and Amy from Clent Hills Vets (c) Roger Pannell

    Staff from a veterinarian practice in Bromsgrove have pledged their support to wildlife throughout 2018.

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  • Celebrating 50 years & 9935 species

    Wednesday 28th March, 2018

    9935 species video montage (c) Emily Brazier

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, the county’s largest nature conservation charity, has produced a video to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

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