Protecting local wildlife and wild places
Shropshire Wildlife Trust is your local conservation charity. We look after 40 Nature Reserves, inspiring people of all ages through our work with schools, events and volunteering opportunities. With the support of our members we give wildlife a voice.
Shropshire Wildlife Trust welcomes MP’s bid to stop sewage polluting rivers
Rt Hon Philip Dunne MP for Ludlow, has today published his Private Member’s Bill designed to tackle river pollution from untreated…
Second phase of works at Newport Canal to protect aquatic plants
The second and final phase of dredging at Newport Canal is taking place this month to protect rare aquatic plants.
Free bird feeding kits available
Shropshire Wildlife Trust is offering bird feeding kits to give to people affected by the coronavirus pandemic this autumn.
Autumn wildlife gardening
Autumn is traditionally the time to tidy up your garden, ‘putting it to bed for winter’ as my grandfather would say. Times and attitudes…
Entering Autumn with Hedgehogs in mind
As the leaves start to fall and the weather turns colder, it is a vital time for hedgehogs, working hard to fatten up throughout autumn…
Nature & Health - Holly Jones
Holly is currently on a traineeship with us, monitoring wildlife across Shropshire.
In her inspiring blog, she describes how…
Nature Recovery in Shropshire
Wildlife Trusts across the UK have a strategy to expand the area of land where nature can flourish to 30%. We have been drawing up plans of how this could be achieved.