Ecosystems permanently damaged. Irreplaceable habitats destroyed. Taxpayer's money spent on restoration wasted. Wildlife extinctions at a local level. This could be nature’s fate if the…
New watercourses and woodland corridors for butterflies are just two of the achievements so far of an important project to help wildlife in Worcestershire.
Local charity Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is encouraging people to put their over-indulgence during the festive season behind them and get involved with volunteering across Worcestershire.
A farm belonging to a Worcestershire charity will sparkle with the work of local craftworkers just in time for the start of this year’s Christmas shopping.
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Bats fly past and pond life bubbles
Families are invited to get into the Halloween spirit and cook up a spooky spell this half-term.
Local volunteers from Redditch came out in force to help add the finishing touches to the first Natural Networks project.
Green sandpiper, water rail, snipe, banded demoiselle and, hopefully, water vole will all benefit from work about to start at a popular nature reserve.
Worcestershire County Council's County Hall will soon be blossoming with wildflowers thanks to the Natural Networks project.
Pupils from Pendock Primary School in south Worcestershire travelled through time as part of a project with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.
From otters to orchids and birds to butterflies, twelve photographers from across Worcestershire are celebrating after being chosen as winners for a popular county wildlife calendar.