Stuart Edmunds will give an update on the otter population in Shropshire
We run events across Shropshire for people of all ages and abilities. Our local branches are also very active in putting together events programmes throughout the year.
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An illustrated talk about the wildlife of Britain during the last Ice Age - animal and human! What went on when the world was frozen?
Helena Jefferson talks about the wildlife she encountered on an extraordinary voyage from Tierra del Fuego to Cape Verde taking in the UK Overseas Territories of South Georgia, Tristan da Cunha,…
The islands of St Kilda and their huge seabird colonies
Rhona Goddard of Butterfly Conservation will give us the latest news on the successes in improving habitat and numbers for one of our more unusual butterflies.
Find out about Shropshire's butterflies in a talk by Stephen Lewis
John Hughes, Development Manager for Shropshire Wildlife Trust, will talk about the Trust's future plans. This talk will be preceded by a brief AGM
The badger is one of the UK's most recognised and popular mammals, bringing pleasure to thousands of people and is a living symbol of the British countryside. This talk aims to give you an…
An update on the curlew project by Leo Smith. Curlews suffered an estimated 77% decline in Shropshire between 1985-90 and 2008-13 and Community Wildlife Group monitoring shows the decline is…
Harriet Carty and Sue Briggs from Caring for God’s Acre will tell us about the Beautiful Burial Grounds project and the aim to reveal their hidden heritage and importance to biodiversity.