Join Brian Horne, a member of the Friends of Daneshill Lakes, who will be sharing his extensive knowledge with revelations from the past, the hidden history of the area, and current developments…
Wildlife What's On
In the light of the current COVID19 pandemic, we want to let you know about the measures we are taking and how these may affect you when visiting and contacting Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.
In line with government advice we are cancelling some events and activities. From Friday 20th March, our public events and schools programme will be cancelled for four weeks until Friday 17th April. We will keep this under review and will post regular updates on this site and via our social media channels. Many of our office staff have started to work from home and this will be the normal working practice until the current emergency passes. This will make it more difficult to respond promptly to telephone queries so we would prefer you email email@example.com
Thank you for all your support, and please take extra special care out there.
Collect your egg hunt trail pack from Reception, search our reserve for clues and return to claim your prize!
Improve your identification of spring birds using sight and sound.
Join the South Notts Local Group for this walk led by Gordon Dyne.
Join local bird enthusiasts for a walk around Idle Valley Nature Reserve.
Join us for a stroll around Idle Valley Nature Reserve to learn about its history and wildlife. This introductory walk offers an opportunity to discover what this amazing nature reserve has to…
Come along and enjoy the early morning birdsong with the South Notts Local Group. Booking required.
Join the City Local Group for a truly urban wildlife experience as we navigate the city’s waterways. This activity will be part of a wider series of events during the City Nature Challenge 2020…
Join us at this lovely reserve from 10am till 3pm with a guided walk at 11am, children's activities and info about woodland history (not to mention the bluebells).
Learn about Britain's bats and how to identify them!