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

  • Wild Worcester Week!

    Monday 22nd May, 2017

    River Severn, Worcester (c) Hannah Thomas

    Pond dipping, bug hunting, guided walks and volunteer taster sessions will all help to make Worcester residents go wild and get ready for this year’s 30 Days Wild.

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  • Michael hands over Ipsley's reins

    Friday 5th May, 2017

    Michael Barstow, Andy Harris, Margot Bish

    A volunteer of almost fifteen years standing is hanging up his boots and handing over the reins of a Redditch nature reserve.

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  • Tiddesley Wood Open Day - 30th April

    Tuesday 18th April, 2017

    Tiddesley Wood Open Day (c) Wendy Carter

    Worcestershire artist Shelly Perkins will be taking pride of place at a popular woodland open day this year.

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  • Dan is walking for wildlife

    Monday 10th April, 2017

    Walking past bee orchid (c) Tom Marshall

    A Brierley Hill resident is hiking 100 kilometres to help wildlife.

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  • Bags of Help bags benches

    Thursday 30th March, 2017

    Members of Wildlife Watch's Club WoW

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce that it has bagged £2000 from a Tesco funding scheme.

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  • Bromsgrove goes wild!

    Thursday 23rd March, 2017

    Water vole (c) Tom Marshall

    Wild rambles, water vole walks, a self-guided trail, bug hunting and a wild passport will all help to kick-start a wild April for Bromsgrove residents.

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  • Woodland Bears & Flowery Grasslands

    Tuesday 21st March, 2017

    Brown bear (c) Jim Preston

    Local residents can be regailed with stories of Transylvanian wildlife with an illustrated talk in Grafton Flyford on 4th April.

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  • Funding helps conservation across Worcestershire

    Thursday 16th March, 2017

    Eades Meadow (c) Paul Lane

    Tree surveys, opening up sunny woodland rides, bracken control on important heathland nature reserves and boardwalk repairs to allow access for visitors, contractors and volunteers on a Redditch wetland reserves have all received funding from the Severn Waste Environmental Fund.

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  • Restoring heathland at Blackstone Farm Fields

    Tuesday 14th March, 2017

    Common lizard (c) Amy Lewis

    An important heathland habitat near Bewdley is going to be restored and improved thanks to The Veolia Environmental Trust.

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  • Wyre Forest Watch turns 30

    Thursday 23rd February, 2017

    Children looking at a great tit

    Following a bee, building a den, picking an apple, catching a falling leaf and holding a bird in the hand – just a few of the ways that members of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust’s Wyre Forest Watch club will be celebrating their 30th birthday.

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