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  • Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is launching a new hedgehog conservation area in Rugby. This follows the debut Hedgehog Improvement Area (HIA) set-up in Solihull over one year ago. The initiative is being funded by the British Hedgehog Preservation Society (BHPS) to address a continuing national decline in hedgehog numbers. Local people and businesses will be encouraged to take part in mapping, monitoring and helping to conserve our much-loved spiny mammal.

  • A local nature reserve in Coventry, Stoke Floods has seen a recent spate of incidents which have been unsettling for wildlife and local people. The nature reserve which is owned by Coventry City Council and managed by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is located adjacent to the river Sowe to the South of the city.

  • Thanks to £1.8 million from the National Lottery’s Heritage Lottery Fund, an exciting and ambitious new landscape partnership scheme is underway, focussed on improving the Tame Valley Wetlands for people and wildlife.