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Annette Brooke with DWT and Bournemouth University events team (Photo taken by DWT

A Sunny and Successful Send off for Dorset Wildlife Trust’s ‘V’ Funded Youth Volunteering Project.

DOG logoA volunteering vacancy is available to assist with administration of the Dorset Otter Group

Mermaids purse by DAVID KILBEY
A neglected area for coastal wildlife is set to give up its secrets, with the help of wildlife enthusiasts across Dorset. 

Mermaids purse by DAVID KILBEY
West Dorset’s coastal wildlife comes under the spotlight at Dorset Wildlife Trust’s expert-guided walk at Charmouth, looking at the different habitats on this important stretch of coastline. The free event is aimed at people who would like to get involved in the new marine volunteers group in west Dorset as well as current volunteers.


Wanted! Volunteer Marine Wardens
Want to know your blenny from your goby or your edible from your shore crab? How about understanding more about Marine Protected Areas and the differences between European and National Marine Sites? Now Dorset Wildlife Trust is offering the chance to find out more about marine biology and conservation while volunteering at the Fine Foundation Marine Centre, Kimmeridge Bay.


After the excesses of the Christmas season it is natural for many people to feel a bit sluggish come January. If you have made a New Year Resolution to get fitter in 2011, Dorset Wildlife Trust is recommending its Pastures New practical conservation tasks in beautiful west Dorset as just what you need for a fresh start this year.


marsh gentian- n brooksHundreds of wildlife species were recorded on bank holiday Saturday at the Corfe Mullen BioBlitz.

Springwatch comes to DorsetThe Swallow- A poem by Peter Crowter


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