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Welcome to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is the county's leading conservation charity run by local people for the benefit of local wildlife, with 67 nature reserves - part of a UK network of 47 local Wildlife Trusts working to protect wildlife.

Partnership helps ensure more people can get close to wildlife at key Nottinghamshire Nature Reserve

Partnership helps ensure more people can get close to wildlife at key Nottinghamshire Nature Reserve

A unique partnership has ensured that visitors to one of the region’s largest and most important nature reserves will find it much easier and more enjoyable…

 
Sit back and relax whilst listening to our celebrity speakers talking all things wild!

Sit back and relax whilst listening to our celebrity speakers talking all things wild!

Instead of watching the usual weekday television, why not join our captivating celebrity talks, with a wide range of themes, there is something to suit everyone’s…

 
Wildlife Charity congratulates Creswell Crags Team for its efforts to protect wildlife

Wildlife Charity congratulates Creswell Crags Team for its efforts to protect wildlife

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has praised the work done by staff and volunteers at a world famous archaeological site for the work done to ensure that the needs…

 
 

Latest News from Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Drone captures footage as Wildlife Trust and partners complete latest phase of heathland re-creation in Sherwood Forest.

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has recently completed the latest phase of work to re-create large areas of heathland habitat in Sherwood Forest.

 

Badger vaccination plans for 2018!

Vital vaccination programme in Vale of Belvoir winds down as badgers seek shelter from the cold – but wildlife charity already shaping its plans for tackling bovine tuberculosis in 2018.

 
 

Protecting Wildlife for the Future