Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is asking Dorset residents to take part in the wildlife trust’s ‘30 Days Wild’ initiative in June.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) was honoured to welcome The Prince of Wales, who is patron of the Wildlife Trusts, to its Kingcombe Meadows Nature Reserve on 8 May to visit the Coronation Meadow, Lady’s Mead, and celebrate the 30th anniversary of the nature reserve.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is celebrating the return of its popular live webcam at Lorton, as two barn owls have taken up residence and are sitting on four eggs, being watched by viewers from all over the globe 24 hours a day.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is launching a campaign over the Easter holidays to encourage local people and visitors to enjoy crabbing, the eco-friendly way.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is inviting Dorset residents who garden with wildlife in mind to enter the 2017 Wildlife Friendly Gardening Competition.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is celebrating the welcome change of the seasons from winter to spring with a host of exciting and adventurous activities for children to get involved with at DWT visitor centres and nature reserves this half term.
Could adopting a squirrel be the perfect alternative gift for Valentine’s Day this year? Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) think so.
French rescuers of a seal they named Bonnemine are delighted to hear that nine years later she is alive and well and living in Poole Harbour, however, the Dorset seal ID catalogue reveals that her British name is Domino.
It has been announced that the Rampisham Down Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in West Dorset, will not be developed into a 25MW solar power station. This follows two years of campaigning by Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) and work by conservation organisations including Natural England, RSPB and others. The site is a legally protected area of rare acid grassland and is of national importance.
An urgent campaign to raise money has been launched by Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) to allow its winter hedgerow maintenance work to continue in the county.