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A new 10 year study of water voles by The Wildlife Trusts shows that national treasure ‘Ratty’ needs urgent help to survive.
National citizen science survey of intertidal habitats.
Imagine spending sunny days in the Yorkshire Dales surrounded by butterflies – if this sounds like the perfect day then our Butterfly Surveyor Volunteer role would be perfect for you!
Do you have good bird identification skills? If so we need your help with our Back from the Brink Willow Tits Project.
Small and quietly coloured, the willow tit is the UK’s most threatened…
Discover our local marine species and lead surveys of our shorelines, as part of our Secrets of the Solent project.
Volunteers needed to help us with our species surveys this spring and summer.
Found in ponds and marshes, the fragile look of the Common water-measurer belies its fierce nature. A predator of small insects, it uses the vibrations of the water's surface to locate its…
Traditionally a coastal species, Lesser sea-spurrey has spread inland, taking advantage of the winter-salting of our roads. Its pink-and-white flowers bloom in summer.
Surrey Wildlife Trust manages almost 8000 hectares of land in Surrey (5% of the county) with wildlife in mind and for the enjoyment of local people.