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Don’t damn the Severn Estuary
Tuesday 2nd March, 2010
Surfers are set to catch the highest Severn Bore surge wave of the year today - cresting at 5.4m (17.7ft) high – as The Wildlife Trusts celebrate this unique phenomenon with a special report on the Severn Estuary.
Health of natural environment is vital to ensure food security
Wednesday 24th February, 2010
The Wildlife Trusts welcome this link, made in today’s Conservative farming agenda
New agreement forged between environmental organisations
Monday 22nd February, 2010
Today, Monday 22 February 2010, will see Wildlife Trusts Wales (WTW) and the Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) set out plans of working together to create an environment rich in wildlife for Wales and its people, through the signing of an innovative partnership agreement; a Concordat.
Grand designs on Valentine's Day? Get into the groove...
Monday 8th February, 2010
Secrets of creatures' courting rituals revealed by The Wildlife Trusts
Take a shot to showcase seas' splendours
Friday 5th February, 2010
The Wildlife Trusts call for entries to 2010 BSoUP print competition
Enthusiasm for wetlands won’t dry up
Monday 1st February, 2010
Despite the hardest winter for 30 years, birdwatchers have been thrilled to hear Cetti’s warblers singing on a wetland nature reserve at its northernmost limit - ahead of World Wetlands Day (Tuesday 2 February).
New technology wildlife lovers will ‘app’-reciate
Friday 29th January, 2010
The first ever iphone ‘app’ for nature reserves has been launched by a Wildlife Trust.
Young wildlife enthusiasts recognised
Thursday 28th January, 2010
In The Wildlife Trusts’ Watch Group of the Year awards
Give seas a chance!
Tuesday 19th January, 2010
The Wildlife Trusts launch their vision for Living Seas
The Wildlife Trusts welcome UK’s first Marine Conservation Zone
Tuesday 12th January, 2010
As an area off the coast of Lundy Island today becomes the UK’s first Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ), The Wildlife Trusts welcome the new powers of protection - under the Marine & Coastal Access Act - and look forward to the creation of many more MCZs by the end of 2012.