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.
Brandon Marsh has reopened!
Connecting to nature during COVID-19
We recognise that our nature reserves are vital green spaces for local people to connect with nature and most are open for you enjoy locally. Brandon Marsh reopened on Monday April 12th 2021, as did Parkridge. Please click on the links for further information on services available, opening hours and so on.
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 nearest nature reserve.
Government plans for nature and net zero announced today
Seeds of hope planted but root and branch change on mammoth scale still needed, say The Wildlife Trusts. Today the Environment Secretary…
The Wildlife Trusts CEO Craig Bennett responds to the Queen's Speech
The Wildlife Trusts CEO Craig Bennet responds to the Queen's Speech yesterday, setting out the Government's legislative agenda…
WMCA Mayoral Election Hustings Event
In May 2021 the West Midlands will be electing a new Mayor. We want to take this opportunity to call on all candidates to take our six-…
New Wildlife Gallery
Enjoy the latest photos sent in by readers of Nature News, including lots of goslings and grey squirrels.
Nature, Work and Wellbeing
A guest blog by Katie MacLeod Peters, Wellbeing Coach at www.kpwellbeing.com
The humble house sparrow
Tom Hibbert, birdwatcher and content officer for The Wildlife Trusts, takes a closer look at one of the UK’s most familiar birds.
How to help wildlife at work
Attracting wildlife to your work will help improve their environment – and yours!
How to make a bee hotel
Solitary bees are important pollinators and a gardener’s friend. Help them by building a bee hotel for your home or garden and watch…
How to attract moths and bats to your garden
Plant flowers that release their scent in the evening to attract moths and, ultimately, bats looking for an insect-meal into your garden…