June 2011

Latest tweets and news stories about our work, activities and events. Journalists can contact our press team to ensure enquiries will be dealt with immediately: Anna Guthrie 07887 754659 aguthrie@wildlifetrusts.org

  • The Wildlife Trusts’ President is King

    Wednesday 24th November, 2010

    Simon King OBE to take over role from Professor Aubrey Manning OBE

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  • Invaders from the north pile into Cumbria Wildlife Trust Nature Reserves

    Tuesday 16th November, 2010

    In a yearly re-enactment of Viking invasions redwings and fieldfares are flocking to our shores from northern Europe, and have appeared at many of Cumbria Wildlife Trust's nature reserves.

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  • Marine and Coastal Access Act: One year on

    Friday 12th November, 2010

    The Wildlife Trusts urge Government to show its commitment

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  • Rare mushroom found in Nottinghamshire

    Friday 12th November, 2010

    A rare puffball mushroom, latin name tulostoma brumale, has been found at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust's Attenborough Nature Reserve in Nottinghamshire.

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  • Rare mammal in the picture

    Friday 12th November, 2010

    Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is delighted that a visitor to the charity’s Attenborough Nature Reserve managed to capture an otter on camera.

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  • Celebrity doodles up for auction

    Thursday 11th November, 2010

    A host of local, national and world class celebrities have demonstrated their artistic side by producing an amazing collection of unique bug-themed doodles to help raise vital funds for the Ulster Wildlife Trust.

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  • Water challenge issued to Government

    Tuesday 9th November, 2010

    A unique coalition of 14 leading environmental organisations* has issued a joint call to the coalition Government to take action on wasted water, pollution and wetland wildlife.

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  • Be a good guv’nor, make room for cockney sparrers!

    Tuesday 9th November, 2010

    They hang out in gangs, chatter ceaselessly and have a notoriously healthy appetite. But these cheeky birds are no longer a regular sight around our city centres.

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  • Spooktacular Spiders

    Friday 22nd October, 2010

    This half term Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is offering you the chance to make your own spider on a line of silk in time for Halloween.

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  • Fungi detectives wanted in Western Somerset

    Thursday 21st October, 2010

    People visiting the Quantock Hills in Somerset are being asked to become fungi detectives, this autumn, with the launch of a survey by the Somerset Biodiversity Partnership to compliment one already underway within Exmoor National Park.

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