We want to restore 30% of land and sea for nature by 2030
Who are we?
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is the leading local independent conservation organisation. Our mission is to bring people closer to nature and create a land rich in wildlife.
Supported by our passionate members and dedicated volunteers we are working to bring about nature’s recovery across Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull through practical action, education and influencing behavioural change.
Connecting to nature during COVID-19
We recognise that our nature reserves are vital green spaces for local people to connect with nature and they are all open for you enjoy. Both Brandon Marsh and Parkridge have now been able to reopen to differing extents. The associated Parkridge reserve is closed. Please read our latest update on accessing reserves.
Nature continues to bring many of us solace in these difficult times, so do try to take time out of your day to enjoy the wild places around you, whether that be in your garden, local park or nature reserve.
Wilder Whitnash launches
Our Wilder Whitnash project provides local people the chance to feel better whilst giving back to their local nature reserve!
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust plays vital role in £30 million nature recovery appeal
The Wildlife Trusts is launching a £30 million appeal to kickstart nature’s recovery.
Government’s planning reforms must address the nature and climate crisis
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust calls for a new designation – Wildbelt – to allow nature’s recovery and urges the public to rewild the…
Gardening for wildlife this autumn
Our friends at Vine House Farm share their top tips for wildlife gardening this autumn!
Nature News reader's gallery
Enjoy the latest wildlife photo gallery from our Nature News readers.
My Garden Wildlife Blog by Amy, aged 9
My family has a small terraced garden in Warwickshire, From March to September I spent a lot of time in my back garden due to the COVID…
How to build a hedgehog home
By providing safe places for hedgehogs to live, you’re much more likely to see these prickly creatures in your garden.
How to make your garden a chemical-free zone
Go chemical-free in your garden to help wildlife, make a safer environment for people and pets, and save money!
What to feed hedgehogs and badgers
Putting out a bit of food can help see mammals like hedgehogs through colder spells.