Our vision is to create a region rich in wildlife valued by all. Find out what we do, contact us, meet the team, or read our blog and news.
Helping families, children and young people discover their wild side, find information for schools, get involved with volunteering or take action at home.
Find out more about Shropshire's special wildlife and landscapes.
We run events across the county for all ages. Find out whats coming up near you.
Support us and protect your precious local wildlife.
Endangered species live in your local area. Shropshire Wildlife Trust helps with wildlife conservation by protecting the habitat for…
We are raising funds to improve the condition of some our key nature reserves.
Every penny helps us do even more to protect wildlife and landscapes in Shropshire.
Over the last two weeks we have been celebrating National Marine Week, highlighting the wonderful wildlife found in UK seas. However, populations of marine wildlife have been shown to have…
We are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of wildlife on our planet. With many species of birds, insects and other animals under the threat of extinction, it is more important than ever…
Thank you to everyone who has taken part in this year's 30 days wild. Now let's go 365 days wild!
Orchids have long held a mystique, but have recently become a staple house plant in garden centres and supermarkets.
Shropshire’s nature reserves and wild places are full of orchids – many…
Skomer/Ramsey Islands: puffins and shearwaters.
Worlds End, Leasowes and Burton Mere RSPB: warblers and grouse.
Bridges/Stiperstones- flycatchers and owls
The elderflowers are just starting to come out and will be around the whole of June. It’s one of our commonest hedgerow shrubs, so it can spare a few flower heads for you to make this delicious…
Love Your Magnificent Severn is back! And this year we have more boats, more support and new innovative ideas for collecting and recording litter in our rivers. Join our Rivers Team to help combat…
May is the month that sees the return of the Terns!