Wildlife Watch

Have fun outdoors, discover nature and achieve awards!

Get started on our Wildlife Watch Awards and complete great activities and challenges by coming along to our Wildlife Watch sessions. Once you've completed your Hedgehog Award you can have a go a then Kestrel Award, which is ready of over 8s who are members, for the hedgehog award, no membership needed.

Hedgehog Award

To get started come along to one of our Wildlife Watch sessions and get a Hedgehog Card, every time you come along to session or event, you get a sticker, when you have 8 stickers you get a cetificate!

You can even start your journey online at our wildlife watch website, where you can discover lots of activities to get you started, anything from going for a walk, to exploring minibeasts in your garden.


Taking part in Watch is an exciting way to explore your surroundings and get closer to the wildlife that you share it with. By getting Wildlife Watch membership you can …

  • Have fun and make new friends
  • Become a nature detective
  • Get stuck into local wildlife conservation

What you get:

  • A membership badge
  • 'Wildlife Watchers' handbook to wildlife watching
  • Wildlife stickers
  • Wildlife Watch (four times a year), our lively magazine packed with features on UK wildlife and the environment news, events and competitions
  • Wildlife poster (four times a year), which focuses on specific wildlife topics.

How to become a member:
If your parents, grandparents or guardians become a family member of Warwickshire Wildlife Trust then you can automatically become a member of Wildlife Watch! Just jog their memories to add you and ask them to contact your local group on your behalf.
Don’t forget!! Ask your school teachers about Wildlife Watch as your school may already be a member and run regular activities.

Wildlife Watch online
Aged 8 - 13 and mad about nature? Then this website is for you! Learn more about your favourite plants and animals download spotter sheets and play games, as well as finding Watch groups near you. Visit Wildlife Watch Online.

Teachers and Leaders
Schools can also get involved to help their pupils stay wild using the resources on the Wildlife Watch website. Our local Wildlife Watch coordinator is education officer Katie Tiernan. Contact Katie here to register.