Walking through Bowdown Woods - Rob Appleby
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Find out more about our work saving wildlife and wild places and bringing people closer to nature across the UK. Includes education, managing habitats, nature and wellbeing, advice to farmers, saving species and more.
Volunteers at Woodberry Wetlands
Find out how you can get involved with helping wildlife and your Wildlife Trust. Ideas for simple things you can do to help wildlife, membership, volunteering, campaigns and events.
In Greno woods, Sheffield - Helena Dolby
Information on our 2,300 nature reserves and where to see particular species and habitats.
Information on the UK's wildlife and habitats - from birds, bees and dragonflies to wildflowers and ancient trees. Advice on wildlife and managing habitats.
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SWT Cannock host a fun evening with cheese and wine, plus take part in a quiz!
Weekly preschool group for under 5's during term time.
Passion for nature? Help your local wildlife! See rare plants and animals and learn conservation techniques.
Join our expert guide Liz in this friendly group aimed at ladies who would like to learn a new or improve on their birding knowledge.
Interested in starting to walk, improve your fitness or mental wellbeing?
Join us for our fortnightly practical tasks at Lorton Meadows reserve, restoring habitats for local wildlife
Talk by Rosemary Jones of B.T.O.
Fiona Gomersall, Conservation Officer, Shropshire Wildlife Trust will walk the group around Pennerley Meadows and will talk about the plants and flowers in this very special environment.
Learn how 'man's best friend' is now being used to help with conservation.
Come and help monitor this very rare dragonfly in north Cumbria. Monitoring has been carried out for a number of years and is part of an exciting reintroduction project.