Somerset Wildlife Trust

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Our Events help Support vulnerable Wildlife

Help us protect Somerset’s Wildlife by Supporting us and our events. Support our events and you could help protect threated species in your local area such as the hedgehog, Otter, Water vole and Bats.

Supported by over 18,000 members, Somerset Wildlife Trust has been protecting vulnerable wildlife through its events and projects for over 50 years.

Sadly, we can only run a limited number of events. We need your help to run more events and get more of the community involved with wildlife.

Help Support Our events

Trouble finding your way?

Because some of our events and things to do are held in the wilds of Somerset they include a grid reference as a meeting point - post codes are too imprecise. To see the location for the activity on a map go to Street Map and type in the grid reference (e.g. ST456437 no spaces.) If you zoom out you will first see the OS Explorer and Landranger maps which have more detail and then larger scale maps. Go to Street Map now.


Thursday 30 March

Alys Laver, Wildfowl and Wetland Trust’s Senior Conservation Warden, will outline how the newly-created wetland reserve provides salt-water marshes and fresh-water wetlands for wading birds and wildfowl, an accessible area for public interest and enjoyment, as well as protecting Steart village from flooding.

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Saturday 1 April

Learn more about identifying what can be seen from shore and at sea around the UK coast and how to report your sightings for conservation or become a MARINElife volunteer ship-based surveyor in your spare time.

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Monday 3 April - Monday 1 May

Over 100 images and videos, including winning and commended entries from fifteen categories including: Animal Portraits, Coast and Marine, Urban Wildlife, Young People's Awards and Wild Woods.

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Tuesday 4 April

A fun Pond Dipping experience at Steart Marsh with their experts uncovering the watery wonders of this special place. This is aimed particularly at young children and families but all are welcome.

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Talk by Phil Sheldrake Conservation Officer for the RSPB in Wiltshire about his work.

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Wednesday 5 April

Malcolm Taylor will talk about a road trip exploring the wildlife and landscapes of New Zealand - Molymawks, boiling mud and more.

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Saturday 8 April

A walk around Priddy Mineries with John Dickson, looking at emerging adders and other reptiles and amphibians.

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Sunday 9 April

Join us for a natural scavenger hunt around Longrun Meadow, picking up litter along the way to help our local wildlife.

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Ged Keele will lead a circular walk around the village of Bleadon to include two Avon Wildlife Trust reserves. We will look for the signs of spring. There are some short steep climbs on the walk.

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Monday 10 April

Preliminary ecological appraisal training designed to introduce the knowledge and skills required to deliver commercial surveys in accordance with best practice guidance.

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