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

  • Schoolchildren help create Bromsgrove wetland

    Tuesday 11th October, 2016

    Pupils from Catshill Middle School carrying plants (c) Ann Willetts

    15 schoolchildren from Catshill Middle School have got their hands dirty to plant a section of the Battlefield Brook to bring improvements for both people and wildlife.

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  • Join Tiddesley's log lobbers

    Tuesday 4th October, 2016

    Some of Tiddesley's log lobbers (c) Wendy Carter

    Volunteers at a popular Pershore nature reserve are making a plea for more pairs of hands to join their log lobbers team.

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  • Ivy bee sightings needed

    Monday 19th September, 2016

    Ivy bee female (c) Wendy Carter

    Keen-eyed nature lovers across Worcestershire are being encouraged to report sightings of a recent arrival to the county.

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  • Hands-on help for owls

    Tuesday 13th September, 2016

    Jake, Mark, Josh and Mervyn

    Two young brothers from Bromsgrove have got hands-on to help owls in the county.

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  • New school programmes for autumn & winter

    Monday 5th September, 2016

    Find the Mimis' letter

    Staff from Worcestershire Wildlife Trust have made an amazing discovery at their Lower Smite Farm headquarters between Worcester and Droitwich Spa.

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  • Going wild for summer holidays

    Monday 25th July, 2016

    Bug hunting (c) Debs Richardson Bull

    School’s out and staff from Worcestershire Wildlife Trust are raring to go wild!

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  • Photo competition winners announced

    Thursday 21st July, 2016

    Little owl (c) Magnus McLeod

    An eleven year old from Worcester has scooped top prize in an annual photography competition.

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  • Getting up close with wildlife

    Friday 15th July, 2016

    Common lizard (c) Amy Lewis

    Moths, millipedes and heathland are all under the spotlight in a series of wildlife discovery courses being run by Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • Tropical seas & hidden archaeology - Blackhouse Wood

    Monday 11th July, 2016

    View from Blackhouse Wood (c) Paul Lane

    The geology and archaeology of a Worcestershire woodland are to be explored on two guided walks this summer.

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  • Bees' Needs Week

    Saturday 9th July, 2016

    Bees' Needs Week logo

    Plant more flowers, cut grass less and build a bee hotel: the simple things you can do to help our bees.

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