Worcestershire Wildlife Trust owns or manages over 75 nature reserves across the county. By working with other landowners, managers and communities we aim to restore, recreate and reconnect fragmented natural habitats to achieve a landscape where wildlife can flourish and people can lead happier and healthier lives.
We are one of 47 Wildlife Trusts throughout the UK who together manage more than 2,300 nature reserves. These include heathlands, meadows, ancient woodlands, islands, beaches, moorland and mountains as well as hedgerows, scrub and even old railway cuttings.
Use the map below to find a Wildlife Trust nature reserve near you.
Visiting our reserves
Please remember that our nature reserves are special places for wildlife. Please pay attention to any signs and notices. In addition, please remember the Countryside Code. We are able to offer guided walks on many of our nature reserve. You are welcome to visit our reserves without a guide but to ensure you have the best visit that isn't compromised by work that's taking place, education activities or other group visits, please contact Hannah (01905 754919) to book your visit. Please also consider making a donation to the Trust to help with the ongoing costs of managing our nature reserves.
Worcs Woods & Wildlife Walk
Thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund you can now download the audio trail for an eight mile circular walk from our Knapp and Papermill nature reserve taking in Blackhouse Wood, Crews Hill and Ravenshill Wood. You can also buy the walks booklet from our online shop.