Worcestershire residents are being asked to demand more from Government changes to the planning system.
A partnership project to create more than 44 hectares of habitat for wildlife across Worcestershire is celebrating two years of achievements.
If you’ve spotted a small tortoiseshell butterfly or been captivated by a common carder bumblebee, the county’s largest nature conservation charity would like to hear from you.
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has received £205,000 support from the National Lottery to help address the impact of Covid-19 on our county’s natural heritage.
The arrival of ash dieback at a popular Worcestershire nature reserve is being turned into a positive opportunity to help the survival of veteran trees.
From harvest mice to hoverflies and waxwings to spider webs, twelve photographers from across Worcestershire are celebrating after being chosen as winners in a popular county wildlife calendar.…
Nation of insect champions needed to reverse insect decline
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust welcomes national project to help pollinators across the county.
A rare butterfly has moved into an area of Shatterford Woods where work took place last year to improve the habitat for wildlife.
Schoolchildren from two Worcestershire schools are celebrating winning a free school trip to get closer to nature.