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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.
Whatever the weather, healthy rivers are always bursting with wildlife. Take a look at why rivers are important and what amazing wildlife can be spotted in and around them by reading this months…
Hard surfaces such as roads, paths and driveways offer convenient and accessible travel but they can also contribute to surface runoff, removal of green spaces and pollutant build up in our…
The White clawed crayfish (Austropotamobius pallipes) is the UK’s only native species of crayfish and is one of our largest freshwater invertebrates. It is currently facing a number of threats…
Have you ever wondered why maggots are different colours? or why killer shrimp are the most damaging invasive species in Western Europe? Read the lastest of the River Reflector for an overview of…
Read the latest news from our Rivers Team.