Yellowhammer dead at the side of the road

Yellowhammer dead at the side of the road © Shutterstock


Our wildlife faces serious threats and we need your support

Stand with us to #DefendNature

Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

Our vision is for a Herefordshire richer and more diverse in wildlife, bringing its people closer to nature.

With the support of our 5,800 members and over 300 volunteers, we care for 55 Nature Reserves, work with partners to create Living Landscapes and inspire people of all ages to discover and care for Herefordshire's wildlife.

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Girl sat on pebbles in river

Girl playing in river (c) Ippei Naoi, Getty Images

Campaigning to save the River Wye

The River Wye should be a proud and joyous example of a healthy river, considering that it is a notified Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and Special Area of Conservation (SAC), national and international designations intended to protect the highest quality rivers.  Sadly, that is not the case.

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Interpretation board at Lea & Pagets Wood


A Warmer Welcome

Can you help us deliver a warmer welcome to visitors to our nature reserves?

We have identified sites where we want to make access and information improvements over the next three to five years (in keeping with the sensitive nature of the sites) - but we need to help to make it happen!

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