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Dormouse ‘Hedge Fund’

Wednesday 1st July 2015

Earlier this month, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust supported a third release of captive bred hazel dormice into a north Notts Woodland - now we are gearing up for a bsuty autumn and winter ensuring that these endearing mammals can thrive in the years to come….

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30 Days Wild - Keep it up!

Tuesday 23rd June 2015

There’s just a week to go untill the end of our amazing 30 Days Wild challenge. Thousands of people across the land have been committing ‘Random Acts of Wildness and getting closer to the wildlife that lives on their doorstep. So, whether you are a committed ‘Random Acter’ who’s on the last leg of an inpiring journey or a newbie that hasn’t got involved, our list of 100 Random Acts of Wildness should be all you need….

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Nottingham Post £20,000 Giveaway - Cash For Your Community

Tuesday 16th June 2015

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is one of a number of worthy causes to receive a share of £20,000 again this year as announced in the Nottingham Post.

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Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust Wildlife on Your Doorstep Photography Competition

Monday 15th June 2015

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s ‘Wildlife on Your Doorstep’ Photography Competition, in Memory of Dennis Heffernan.

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Much loved nature reserve gears up for another ‘Bioblitz’

Monday 15th June 2015

Staff and volunteers at Nottinghamshire Wildlife’s Attenborough Nature Reserve are gearing up for their annual wildlife surveying spectacular, an event known as a Bioblitz. The aim of the two day event is to gather data on a range of wild species, from plants and insects to birds, mammals and fish to help ensure that the site is in good heatlth and to help shape decisions about the future management of the site. Speaking about the Bioblitz, Head of Communications Erin McDaid said: “Survey records are the starting point for all good conservation work. We need to know what species are living on a site in order to be able to make informed decsions about how it should be managed. On an established nature reserve such as Attenborough, regular species surveys help us to check if management is working and helps us spot positive and negative trends in species populations. If we notice that a species is on the increase this may be a sign that management is working or if we note species are in decline we can sometimes do more to help them. The other real benefit of Bioblitz events is that people get to see, enjoy and learn about a wide range of species.

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