Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is delighted to announce the launch of the popular annual ‘Wildlife Friendly Garden competition’ for 2015, which is now in its fifth year.
This spring, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) will be raising awareness of the decline of hedgehogs, one of the UK’s best-loved garden visitors, with a campaign leaflet that will reach over 120,000 homes in Dorset.
Poole Harbour Commissioners, Borough of Poole and Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) are delighted to launch the Holes Bay Nature Park in Poole today.
As part of an exciting new campaign, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is asking not what can we do for nature, but what nature can do for us.
|| Friday 27th February 2015|
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is shocked and bitterly disappointed that Studland Bay has not been included in the latest MCZ (Marine Conservation Zone) public consultations.
|| Monday 16th February 2015|
A new report about Local Wildlife Sites around the UK has revealed that the habitat quality of 118 (9%) of Dorset’s Local Wildlife Sites have deteriorated significantly in the last five years.
|| Wednesday 11th February 2015|
Emma is our very own Wildlife Supporter Officer - you might see her out and about at various venues and events around the county.
Instead of the traditional red roses and box of chocolates for this Valentine’s Day, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has the perfect alternative present that really shows you care: adopting a red squirrel.
|| Wednesday 4th February 2015|
Dorset Wildlife Trust has today written to the National Planning Casework Unit to ask that the Secretary of State issues a direction requiring West Dorset District Council to refer the Rampisham Down solar farm application to him for his own determination.
|| Tuesday 3rd February 2015|
Two of Dorset’s leading wildlife conservation organisations, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) and MARINElife are calling for the waters of Lyme Bay in Dorset to gain special protection to aid the survival of vulnerable and spectacular marine giants, such as whales, dolphins and basking sharks.