Bluebells at Rough Hill copyright Sue Stewart (WWT)
Bluebells at Rough Hill Wood Nature Reserve.
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Discover the wonderful habitats and species that call Warwickshire home, send us your sightings and find out how you can help wildlife.
Comma copyright Steven Cheshire (WWT)
Common Frog, Rana temporaria leaping into a pond - Dale Sutton/2020vision
Teenagers in Coventry, Nuneaton and Bedworth are invited to swap social media for bushcraft, nature and survival skills with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust during the summer holidays.
Thanks to players of People's Postcode Lottery, we are running a series of free Nature Tots sessions for residents of Coventry, Nuneaton and Bedworth, to get families out exploring nature.…
Nature Tots aims to encourage an early interest in wildlife. With this in mind, we hold activities outdoors, in the natural surroundings of our reserve at Brandon Marsh.
Join us every Friday in the school holidays for fun in the forest!
Nature Tots aims to encourage an early interest in wildlife. With this in mind, we hold activities outdoors, in the natural surroundings of our reserve at The Parkridge Centre.
Come with us and make a batty craft, before heading out to play some games and go on a bat hunt! Use our bat detectors to listen for bats and hopefully spot them flying between the trees too!
Transport yourself to the time where we used the traditional method of scything for managing our grassland habitats.
Learn more about this heritage skill now through our Dunsmore project!…
Join professional wildlife cameraman Simon Watts for a session exploring the skills needed for wildlife videography.
See what bugs you can find as we head out on a bug hunt and of course play some creepy crawly games too!