A Wilder Future for Warwickshire
Protecting local wildlife
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust exists to protect and enhance wildlife, natural habitats and geology throughout Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull, and to encourage a greater awareness, appreciation and participation in all aspects of nature conservation and the environment.
We are the leading local conservation charity, managing over 65 nature reserves and with over 24,000 members dedicated to supporting our vital work for nature conservation across our local area.
Read on for news, exciting events, updates on wildlife and wild places, volunteer profiles and ideas on how you can help us create a #WilderWarwickshire
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Diving into Blue Pool
On a cold and sunny Sunday in January, intrepid local divers from Marlin Subaqua Club kicked off their 2020 Midland Pools Project in the…
New report reveals hedgehogs, yellowhammers and dragonflies at risk post-EU Exit
The Wildlife Trusts, RSPB and WWF believe there are no clear plans on how regulation gaps will be plugged to protect nature
Environment Bill published today – an important first step towards nature’s recovery
But several crucial improvements are needed to save wildlife, say The Wildlife Trusts.
Work for us!
We believe that by working together we can change the natural world for the better - a world with more wildlife, a world where people are better connected with the nature around them. Join our team and be part of that change!