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We want more wild schools!

Shropshire Wildlife Trust’s Natural Childhood team is on a mission to make all the county’s schools nature-friendly. With your support we can reach many more.

Find out more and make a donation

(c) Helena Dolby for Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust

Protecting local wildlife and wild places

Shropshire Wildlife Trust is your local conservation charity. We look after 40 Nature Reserves, inspiring people of all ages through our work with schools, events and volunteering opportunities. We campaign to make nature's recovery a reality.

With the support of our members we give wildlife a voice. We would love you to join us.

Become a member

We stand up for wildlife and need your help

Shrewsbury North West 'Relief' Road

A disaster for the local environment

Read more and find out how to object
Wild about gardens

Bringing Back Beetles

Beetles are a vital part of any wildlife garden and this year our joint Wild About Gardens campaign with the RHS focuses on Beetles!

Download your free guide to Bringing Back Beetles and pledge to create a beetle home.

Visit the Wild About Gardens website

Take action for insects

In the UK, our insect populations have suffered drastic declines, which are set to have far-reaching consequences for both wildlife and people

Download our free guide to make a difference

Stephen Barlow

Latest news from Shropshire

Explore our work

We manage over 40 Reserves

They provide a home for wildlife but they are also there for you to visit and enjoy.

All sites (except Wood Lane) remain open.

Find a reserve near you

Shropshire Rivers Hub

Our vision is to see our wild waters flourish, in both urban and rural areas.

Read about the work of our Rivers Team

The Climate and Ecological Crisis

Find out how climate change will affect people and wildlife in Shropshire and what we are doing to tackle the crisis.

Click here

(c)Stephen Barlow

Latest blogs

Family activities

Looking for ideas to keep all the family entertained? We have loads of downloadable activities, including how-to guides and spotter sheets:

Click here

Holly Jones

What's on

Find out about our upcoming events, activities and online talks.

Our next talk is the 21st April: Swifts and Us by Sarah Gibson

Take a look at what's on here

Swift (Roger Wyatt)

Follow our social media accounts for your daily dose of Vitamin N

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