Restoring Somerset’s nature
With the help of volunteers and the support of over 20,000 members, we look after some of Somerset's most iconic landscapes and special wildlife. We restore, strengthen and connect habitats and green spaces on a landscape scale so nature can recover and thrive in the future. We inspire people and communities to put nature into their everyday life and stand up for the natural environment upon which we all depend.
Sing for bees
Come and Sing for Bees in the tranquillity of Long Run Meadow in Taunton and give music back to our amazing pollinators.
Hobbies at Shapwick
Watch as these falcons return to Shapwick Heath after a long migration. Please note: this event has rescheduled from 21st April to 12th…
- Fully booked
Westhay Wildlife Walk
A wander around Westhay Moor with Kevin Anderson, Avalon Marshes Visitor Experience Officer, to see what wildlife can be found,…
The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them.
Beavering away to find natural solutions
The reintroduction of this semi-aquatic rodent, hunted to extinction in the UK by the 16th century for its pelt, is the subject of keen…
Somerset Wildlife Trust launches appeal to prevent the possible extinction of the county's dormice
Somerset Wildlife Trust has announced an urgent appeal for £35,000 to help secure a positive future for the county’s dormice in the face…
Wildlife to see in February 2020
When the sun shines, there is a hint of spring in the air. Many birds will start to sing. Chris Chappell shares what wildlife we should…
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