Discover Warwickshire Wildlife Trust and who we are
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust aims 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 with over 23,000 members dedicated to supporting our vital work for nature conservation across the county.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is working to create a Living Landscape by:
Managing Nature Reserves - with 65 nature reserves spanning 800 hectares across Warwickshire, a large portion of our role is the management of these havens for wildlife and people. Find out more about nature reserves in Warwickshire.
Engaging our communities to enjoy and care for wildlife - We work on projects at the heart of communities to help build positive relationships between people and their natural spaces.
Encouraging and supporting volunteers - we are indebted to the 500 plus volunteers who help us in every aspect of our work from conservation through to administration. This is why we are committed to being as supportive and inclusive to each dedicated individual.
Educating people about nature - We provide educational activities to thousands of children every year as well as guided walks, talks and events for people of all ages.
Campaigning on behalf of the environment - We are there to give a strong local voice in helping to protect threatened places and rare species.
Brandon Reach - a rich and wild addition to Brandon Marsh that will bring people closer to nature, in a land rich in wildlife. Brandon…
Bishops Hill Nature Reserve sits north of the village of Bishops Itchington and was once part of the old Harbury Cement Works which…
Oakwood and Blacklow Spinney
A small copse, valuable for wildlife