Sir David Attenborough, president emeritus of The Wildlife Trusts has made a short film with the charity to provide answers to the State of Nature partnership’s latest warnings of continued,…
The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report. The latest findings show that since rigorous scientific monitoring began in the 1970s there has been a 13%…
Holy grail of moth watching recorded for the first time at Wappenbury Wood.
Volunteers turned nocturnal for our seasonal torchlight surveys this month at our two “hedgehog hub” sites in Warwickshire.
In an ongoing effort to maximise our recycling and reduce our plastic waste we have introduced a new brand of crisps at Parkridge.
Monday 9th September saw a group of the Trust’s survey volunteers gather together for afternoon tea. The event marked the end of another very successful Survey Force season in 2019 and provided…
Brandon Marsh Voluntary Conservation team receive the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service for 50 years of dedicated work to improving nature reserves for wildlife.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust believes passionately in building sustainable partnerships with businesses to ensure that we are delivering mutually beneficial outcomes.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust bags £4,000 from Tesco’s community grant scheme
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust has secured a grant for £17,380 from Severn Trent’s ‘Boost for Biodiversity Fund’ to support the delivery of an exciting new project!