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Chancellor visits Cheshire nature reserve to see conservation work in action
Friday 20th August, 2010
Wildlife Trust’s delivering real results for the environment and communities – George Osborne
Don’t ‘wing’ it at Birdfair – flock to see The Wildlife Trusts!
Thursday 19th August, 2010
Visitors to the 22nd British Birdwatching Fair listening out for unusual song may not expect to hear the call ‘two little ducks’ but it’s likely they will, if they visit The Wildlife Trusts’ stand at Rutland this weekend.
From breast stroke to brush strokes for marine wildlife
Wednesday 18th August, 2010
Artist wins special grant to dive with The Wildlife Trusts
Spotted: newborn beavers for the Scottish Beaver Trial
Friday 13th August, 2010
The first beaver kits to be born in the wild as part of the Scottish Beaver Trial have now been spotted in Knapdale Forest, Mid-Argyll, Scottish Beaver Trial staff announced today (Friday 13 August).
Funding plea to restore landfill to Country Park
Friday 6th August, 2010
A unique plan to restore a landfill site into a nature park needs £40,000 to be raised before the middle of August to guarantee the transformation.
Global goodbyes for ‘Lady’ – the UK’s most famed osprey
Friday 6th August, 2010
The departure of the UK’s oldest breeding osprey, known as ‘Lady’, from its annual breeding ground at the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Loch of the Lowes Wildlife Reserve and Visitor Centre has sparked a flood of goodbyes and well wishes from around the globe as concerns now mount that this could be the last time the famous bird is seen in the UK.
Look what’s living in our seas!
Friday 30th July, 2010
And take the chance to celebrate it with The Wildlife Trusts during National Marine Week
New era for restoring the natural environment
Monday 26th July, 2010
The White Paper on the Natural Environment provides a real opportunity to lay the foundations of nature conservation for the 21st century, according to The Wildlife Trusts.
If you go down to the bog today...
Thursday 22nd July, 2010
There are mind ‘bog’gling creatures lurking in the UK’s peat bogs – and The Wildlife Trusts are urging people to get out and discover them this International Bog Day, Sunday 25 July.
Listen up! Children to tune in to the sounds of nature
Monday 19th July, 2010
The Wildlife Trusts’ top groups for kids get wildlife sound recording equipment