Badger © Elliot Neep NeepImages.com
© Tom Marshall
The Wildlife Trusts’ COP26 report says it’s time to tackle the twin crises at speed
British Gypsum will be welcoming a new species to their head office this month – a colony of bats! The manufacturer is also looking to the local community to name the animals’ new home in the…
Charity standing shoulder to shoulder with the Community to fight Barton/Mill Hill Quarry, asks supporters to send objections by the 10th of September
Further targeted theft of materials and equipment vital to beaver reintroduction project leaves Wildlife Trust staff and volunteers shocked and but determined to keep work on track.
Wildlife Trust team left distraught and angry as theft of fencing materials delays construction of beaver enclosure
Discovery of a stone curlew near Wellow highlights need for farmers and conservationists to collaborate to secure nature’s recovery.
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust expresses delight at County Council’s decision to refuse application to extend restoration deadline for exploratory shale gas drilling site at Misson Springs
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust calls on County Council to call time on threat of future disturbance to threatened wildlife at north Notts Site of Special Scientific Interest
British Gypsum is proud to partner with the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust to protect wildlife in the area
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce that Cerebrus Associates is continuing their Business Partnership with the Trust for the third year.