Severn Waste donate £40,000 to save and restore Herefordshire nature reserve
The donation boosts Herefordshire Wildlife Trust’s fundraising campaign to purchase Ail Meadow and create a wildflower meadow nature…
The Wildlife Trusts respond to new badger cull licences
The Wildlife Trusts are disappointed and saddened that the Government has issued new licenses to cull badgers in seven areas of England…
New nature reserve at Weobley for Herefordshire Wildlife Trust
Generous legacy will see a nature reserve created at Weobley for the benefit of local wildlife and the local community.
Wild Walks in Herefordshire
A new booklet of walks from Herefordshire Wildlife Trust heads off the beaten track to explore nature reserves and wildlife habitats of…
Prehistoric ‘ghost pond’ restored at The Sturts nature reserve
The Ice Age Ponds Project has just completed its first ‘ghost pond’ restoration at Herefordshire Wildlife Trusts Sturts Reserve.
Sunflowers power £2 million for nature’s recovery
Wildlife friendly farm, which grows wild bird seed, and 100 acres of sunflowers, celebrates raising £2 million for wildlife conservation…
Calendar competition winners announced!
Fantastic images of wildlife - all taken in Herefordshire - fill our 2022 calendar.
New Wildlife Watch group planned for Ledbury
Monthly wildlife group for children aged 7 to 14 to begin in Ledbury.
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust receives grant of £249,500 from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust has been awarded a grant from the Government’s £40 million second round of the Green Recovery Challenge…
New Visitor Centre Opens at Birches Farm
After a patient wait, Herefordshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to open our new Visitor Centre at Birches Farm nature reserve.
Funding for Lugg Valley Wildlife
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust’s Lugg Living Landscape project has secured further funding this year from the Environment Agency which…
Rare wildlife is surviving on our city meadows – despite threats
The Lugg Meadows are much loved by many Herefordians. They are one of the few remaining places to see the rare snake’s head fritillaries…