Our work for wildlife and habitats

Protecting Shropshire's unique landscape

Shropshire Wildlife Trust works to protect wildlife on our own nature reserves and beyond our boundaries. 

The Trust has a team of staff and many volunteers who carry out surveys and assessments, to monitor the state of the wildlife on our nature reserves, to ensure that our management is making a positive difference.  

We undertake a wide variety of conservation work across the county to maintain and develop wildlife and wild spaces. We campaign for positive change for nature and people, helping local communities to save special places for wildlife.

The Trust also works to introduce people to their local environment through volunteering and community projects.

Nature reserves are a refuge for wildlife

Our nature reserves require extensive management in order to continue being suitable habitats for a wide range of wildlife. Each reserve has a unique character and each requires a different type of work.  

Species conservation

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Danny Green