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

  • Storybooks and Fairytales this Easter

    Thursday 17th March, 2016

    Brambly Hedge (c) Jill Barklem

    Families attending Easter activities at Worcestershire Wildlife Trust will enter a world of fairytales and storybooks.

    Read full story

  • Dog walkers asked to help threatened birds

    Wednesday 16th March, 2016

    Yellowhammer (c) Pete Walkden

    Rare birds are starting to return to a popular heathland and visitors are asked to help keep them coming.

    Read full story

  • Photography competition

    Thursday 3rd March, 2016

    Common frog (c) Betsy Digger

    Time is running out for local photographers to enter a popular photo competition.

    Read full story

  • Children become River Rangers

    Thursday 18th February, 2016

    Looking at pond creatures (c) Wendy Carter

    Children in three Bromsgrove schools will be learning how to become River Rangers in a series of sessions run by Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

    Read full story

  • Work saves woodland veterans

    Wednesday 10th February, 2016

    Piper's Hill and Dodderhill Commons (c) Wendy Carter

    Work to improve a regionally-important nature reserve is to start in late February.

    Read full story

  • Half-term Muddy Mysteries

    Wednesday 3rd February, 2016

    Mud monsters (c) Debs Richardson Bull

    The mysteries of mud will finally be unravelled at Worcestershire Wildlife Trust during February half term with the help of eager participants who are up for mucky madness whatever the weather.

    Read full story

  • Invest in a love nest

    Tuesday 2nd February, 2016

    7 day-old great tits (c) Becky Bradshaw King

    Trees are blooming, birds are singing and love is in the air.

    Read full story

  • Love Your River Bromsgrove training

    Wednesday 27th January, 2016

    Battlefield Brook Bromsgrove (c) Roger Tyler

    A group of Bromsgrove residents has received training in how to test their local watercourse for pollution incidents.

    Read full story

  • 'Nature of Wyre' published

    Tuesday 19th January, 2016

    Wyre Forest (c) Rosemary Winnall

    The culmination of 25 years of research and study by volunteers has now been realised in the publication of a ground-breaking book.

    Read full story

  • Anthills & Meadows talk - 20th Jan

    Monday 11th January, 2016

    Anthill at Randan Meadows (c) Kate Thomas

    The Worcester supporter group of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is hosting a talk about the marvels of Worcestershire’s meadows.

    Read full story