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Volunteers clearing scrub - Paul Harris/2020VISION
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Child reaching for cotton grass , Westhay SWT reserve, Somerset Levels - Guy Edwardes/2020VISION
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Catcott Nature Reserve - ©Mark Robinson
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Family visiting the Westhay Nature Reserve, Somerset Levels - Paul Harris/2020VISION
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Ubley Warren Nature Reserve - Matt Sweeting
Take part on October 17th and 18th - you can help make wildlife count!
As you may know, starling season is our busiest time of year for visitors across the Avalon Marshes from October through to March. It is with great sadness that this year we are asking our…
Somerset Nature Connections embeds nature-based wellbeing skills at the heart of Somerset’s communities to provide long-term support for its most vulnerable.
Somerset Wildlife Trust are pleased to announce that Golledge Electronics have renewed their corporate membership to the Trust for another year.
The Wildlife Trusts call for a new designation – Wildbelt – to allow nature’s recovery. Public are urged to rewild planning system by responding to consultation.
Somerset Wildlife Trust, Somerset Badger Group, Avon Wildlife Trust and Devon Wildlife Trust have joined forces to raise concern to local MPs about the extension of badger culling licenses in…
Today, the Government announced it will allow England's first wild breeding population of beavers to remain in Devon. After five years of groundbreaking work by Devon Wildlife Trust, they…
The Wildlife Trusts respond to new Government White Paper
We need to turbo charge investment in nature for recovery
Nation of insect champions needed to reverse insect decline