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Forest Schools flourish thanks to funding boost
Friday 15th January, 2016
Inner city children benefit from regular access to natural world
Prophet and Loss explores Charles Rothschild’s vision for nature 100 years on
Tuesday 29th December, 2015
New e-book celebrates the wild legacy left by the founder of UK nature conservation
Tony Juniper becomes our President
Wednesday 23rd December, 2015
Tony Juniper - campaigner, writer and well-known environmentalist – has been appointed President of The Wildlife Trusts
The Wildlife Trusts urge Government to drop the cull and focus on vaccination and securing badger BCG supplies
Thursday 17th December, 2015
The Government today announced that it is suspending the sourcing of BCG vaccine for English badger vaccination schemes, that the 2015 badger culls were ‘successful in meeting their targets’ and confirmed it wants to see ‘badger control over a wider number of areas next year’, issuing new guidance to Natural England that significantly relaxes the current badger culling licence criteria
Dismay expressed as badger vaccination threatened by vaccine shortage
Wednesday 2nd December, 2015
The Wildlife Trusts in England are extremely concerned about the lack of BCG tuberculosis (TB) vaccine being allocated to badger vaccination programmes next year
Doctor’s devotion to the natural world is recognised and celebrated - Christopher Cadbury Medal awarded to Dr Anne Powell OBE
Friday 27th November, 2015
Dr Anne Powell OBE has been formally recognised for her services to nature conservation - and has been presented with The Wildlife Trusts’ Christopher Cadbury medal by President Simon King OBE
Nick Baker helps inspire children with Nature
Thursday 26th November, 2015
A national competition run by The Wildlife Trusts and People's Postcode Lottery called WildsPlay was won by Cambridge resident Sarah Walls, with a photo of her daughter Francesca 6, holding a froglet.
Regents Park named Birmingham’s Wildest School!
Tuesday 24th November, 2015
Three primary schools celebrated being crowned Birmingham’s wildest schools on Monday at The Wildlife Trust’s EcoPark in Small Heath at a special event to celebrate learning about nature.
Adventurous artist wanted for Undersea Art Award!
Tuesday 24th November, 2015
The search is on for an intrepid artist who would like to take the plunge and seek inspiration beneath the waves...
Squirrel adventures bring curious young minds closer to nature
Saturday 21st November, 2015
New series of 'Pip the Squirrel' offers a fun introduction to UK wildlife