Dorset Wildlife Trust is pleased to host the popular Wild About Chesil event at the Fine Foundation Chesil Beach Centre on Sunday 28th July from 10am-5pm.
Our annual birdy Big Brother has generated a great Internet buzz amongst our Facebook users again this year. We’ve loved watching Chris and Kate, the kestrel parents, rearing their young from mottled balls of fluff to (reasonably!) capable flyers.
A new safe haven has been unveiled for the endangered White-clawed crayfish by the South West Crayfish Project where the animals will hopefully thrive undisturbed due to their location on Ministry of Defence land in Dorset.
Wildlife Trusts in Somerset, Devon, Dorset, and Wiltshire have received initial support¹ for a £829,200 bid from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) under its Skills for the Future programme² for their Wild Futures project.
The Dorset Yoga Centre is celebrating its first birthday in style and raising money for Dorset Wildlife Trust at their open day on Saturday 13th July from 10-4pm.
This month's delicious recipe comes from Paul Flitton at The Kingcombe Centre.
Embark on a wild adventure with The Dorset Wildlife Trust and The Bournemouth Natural Science Society as the popular ‘Wild About’ event returns to Bournemouth on Saturday 20th July.
Dorset Wildlife Trust is really pleased that local people are reporting sightings of Stag Beetles in the Bournemouth, Poole, Ferndown and Verwood areas of Dorset.
The results of a survey following last year’s major conservation and river enhancement work by the Dorset Wild Rivers Project and Casterbridge Fisheries brings welcome good news to the future of the river Frome, with the numbers of fish rising significantly.
A rare piece of Dorset’s history has been brought to Dorset Wildlife Trust’s Kingcombe meadows nature reserve in the form of a living van, which has been restored by Piddlehinton based hut makers, Plankbridge.