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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. We campaign to make nature's recovery a reality.

With the support of our members we give wildlife a voice. We would love you to join us.

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Big Beaver Appeal

Help us bring back beavers to Shropshire!

More about beavers

Nick Upton, CWT

Countryfile in Shropshire

Sweeney Fen Nature Reserve will feature on an episode of Countryfile on Sunday August 22nd 2021

Find out more about this tiny site and filming with Countryfile here

Steve Marsh SWT Volunteer scything for camera

16th August - 12th September

Shropshire Love Nature Festival

New for 2021! Join in with 4 weeks of events across the county, to celebrate and inform everyone about our natural world and solutions to the current crisis it is facing.

Find out more here

Campaigning for nature's recovery

Nature Recovery Networks

Every space in Britain must be used to help wildlife

Find out more

(c) Andy Bartlett

The Climate and Ecological Crisis

Find out how climate change will affect people and wildlife in Shropshire and what we are doing to tackle the crisis

Click here

(c)Stephen Barlow

Support nature's recovery in Shropshire

We want to restore 30% of land for nature by 2030

Read more

Barn Owl (Tyto alba) (c) Danny Green/2020VISION

Latest news from Shropshire

Wildlife at home

Gardening for wildlife and simple actions to help species on your patch

Find out how to take action for wildlife at home

(c) istock

Family activities

Downloadable activities, including how-to guides and spotter sheets

Click here

Holly Jones

What's on

Find out about our upcoming events, activities and online talks

Take a look at what's on here

Swift (Roger Wyatt)

Latest blogs

Follow our social media accounts for your daily dose of Vitamin N

(c) Danny Green/2020VISION

Support us

Become a member

Joining your local Wildlife Trust is the best thing you can do to help wildlife in your area.

We rely on the support of people like you to help us protect the wildlife and wild places of Shropshire.

Join here

Water vole (c) Tom Marshall