The new licenses will allow badgers to be shot and killed over the next four years, despite a lack of evidence that killing badgers reduces the spread of bovine TB in cattle.
New beaver consultation could herald better wetlands for wildlife and climate
Wildlife friendly farm, which grows wild bird seed, and 100 acres of sunflowers, celebrates raising £2 million for wildlife conservation.
Honeygar to drive nature recovery network expansion and to help pioneer new Nature-based Solutions
Somerset Wildlife Trust Receives Two Grants Totalling £1,149,200 From The Government's Green Recovery Challenge Fund
Somerset Wildlife Trust is pleased to announce that it has been awarded two grants from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
A new web-based app is giving people the opportunity to explore the impacts of climate change on the Somerset Levels.
The Wildlife Trusts cheer long fought-for arrival of first ever sea sanctuaries where all damaging activities will be banned
Housing, health and planning must invest in nature to improve people’s lives, help cut emissions and rebuild the economy
New report calls on all parts of Government and local authorities to unlock the benefits of nature to society
Hot on the heels of Government announcements this week, Trust reveals Wilder Somerset 2030 plans.
Seeds of hope planted but root and branch change on mammoth scale still needed, say The Wildlife Trusts