Worcestershire Wildlife Trust


Since 1912 The Wildlife Trusts have been speaking out for nature in the UK. Our organisation is unique – most of our work for wildlife takes place at local grassroots level but we have a UK voice.

From restoration to re-creation, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is working towards a county where wildlife flourishes in our countryside, towns and villages.

With local knowledge and expertise our staff and volunteers are constantly working to protect habitats and species across Worcestershire. We care for over 70 nature reserves and work with landowners, local authorities, organisations, communities and individuals to advise on how to protect and create places for our wildlife.

Through monitoring and data collection we can demonstrate an accurate picture of habitats and species that need our protection and we’ve developed a reputation for our objectivity and knowledge.

We’re one of 47 Wildlife Trusts across the UK and, together with the specialist skills and enthusiasm of our volunteers, our vast experience enables The Wildlife Trusts to manage hundreds of projects, campaigns and organise thousands of activities. Over the years our work has made a lasting difference to UK wildlife, including the Otters and Rivers Project, the water quality project Riverwatch and the dormouse re-introduction programme.