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Endangered species live in your local area. Shropshire Wildlife Trust helps with wildlife conservation by protecting the habitat for…
We are raising funds to improve the condition of some our key nature reserves.
Every penny helps us do even more to protect wildlife and landscapes in Shropshire.
What a year 2020 could be. There are all manner of things that need doing NOW – none more so than tackling the climate crisis. Will this be the year we turn things around? A few New Year…
What a year was 2019. Despite the political turmoil, Shropshire Wildlife Trust was as active as ever. We can be justifiably proud of our achievements.
John Hughes pays tribute to Dr David Bellamy, who sadly passed away 11th December 2019.
Orchids have long held a mystique, but have recently become a staple house plant in garden centres and supermarkets.
Shropshire’s nature reserves and wild places are full of orchids – many…
The elderflowers are just starting to come out and will be around the whole of June. It’s one of our commonest hedgerow shrubs, so it can spare a few flower heads for you to make this delicious…
Charles Darwin had many interests, many of which became passions. One of these was earthworms and the part they play in the natural world. This passion stayed with him throughout his life and…
Over the last week, our very own mushroom man John Hughes has gone viral with a story about the unseasonal arrival of fungi. In this latest blog he explains in his own words, what the fuss is all…