Bluebells at The Knapp and Papermill © Paul Lane
Find out more about Worcestershire Wildlife Trust. This section includes who we are, our conservation work, our meeting rooms and our work with schools.
Planting plums at Tiddesley Wood © Wendy Carter
Discover more about the many ways you can support our work - from becoming a member or donating to volunteering or shopping.
Blackhouse Wood © Paul Lane
Discover more about our beautiful nature reserves or download a spotting sheet to take on your walk through our wonderful county.
Common carder bee © Rosemary Morris
Discover more about wildlife across Worcestershire and throughout the UK as well as how you can help wildlife where you live.
Daubenton' s bat by Dale Sutton/2020Vision
Ever wondered what happens when the light disappears and our nocturnal wildlife emerges...
Discover how to help hedgehogs, bats and more.
Common carder bee by Rosemary Morris
Insects need our help - pledge your help now.
Wendy encourages gardeners across Worcestershire to say no to the mow…
Did you know that it takes more than 200% of its daily energy for a bird to produce just one egg?
Lucy takes life in the quiet lane...
If our Investigators have (re)ignited your family's love for nature, why not support wildlife by joining the Trust? We are working hard across our beautiful county to care for wild places so that wildlife and people can thrive.
Fox cubs by Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography