Shropshire Wildlife Trust
We have taken the decision to close our visitor centre and shop in Shrewsbury during the outbreak of coronavirus. As a charity, we need your support more than ever, please visit the Support Us section to find out how you can help. Read our current action regarding social distancing and get some tips on how to keep the family occupied here
A close encounter of the bird kind
Is there anyone out there who can come up with a plausible explanation for a little bird going from window to window seemingly trying to…
Dandelion: friend or foe?
Dandelions get some bad press, but is it really warranted?
Feed the Birds update (March 2020)
Our ‘Feed the Birds’ project provides a lifeline for people who are socially isolated or lonely. The Coronavirus crisis has thrown into…
Sarah Gibson shares her fondness for a garden tree.
Spy in the garden
What lurks in the garden at night? Camera traps are a great way of seeing and learning about wildlife, but they can be quite tricky to…
A Greek god in my garden
My garden is at its best in spring. In no small part this is due to the Farley by-pass. Farley is a tiny hamlet between Much Wenlock and…
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Explore our work
Following the guidelines announced by government on 16th March 2020, we will be adapting our work behaviour for the coming weeks, or…
Environment Bill published – an important first step towards nature’s recovery
The Government’s landmark Environment Bill finally returned to Parliament last week.
What does the General Election result mean for wildlife?
Concern for the environment is at a record high. Over a quarter of Britons now cite it as one of the top three issues facing the country…