We're celebrating our 50th year!
Watch our 50th year film
We're so excited to be sharing our 50th birthday film with you all! Take a step back in time with us as we reflect on the last 5 decades and everything we've achieved. From a certain someone known for his inspirational wildlife TV programmes to children meeting pond creatures for the first time, watch as we celebrate highlights from the last 50 years!
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 remains open as of 5th November
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. 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.
Planning White Paper: Planning for the Future - Our response
The Government recently ran a national consultation on fundamental and concerning changes to the planning system.
Statement on HS2 and ecological concerns
William Hague (Lord Hague of Richmond) has written a letter to the Rt Hon. Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for Transport, in support of…
Green Flag Awards for our nature reserves
Prestigious Green Flag awards have been awarded to two Warwickshire Wildlife Trust nature reserves, Crackley Wood in Kenilworth and…
Bringing Wildlife Back
Ian Jelley, Director of Living Landscapes for Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, explains why helping nature recover is as essential for us as…
Discover the world of these magnificent marine mammals with Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ Skomer Island warden, Nathan Wilkie…
Starling murmurations are a wonderfully hypnotic display but what are they and why do they happen? And more importantly, where and when…
How to have an eco-Christmas
Whether you celebrate a big family Christmas, or you just give out a few cards to your friends and neighbours to wish them a happy time…
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!