Under the guidance of a Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) Community Conservation Officer, over 90 species of wildlife, including wolf spiders and dragonflies have been discovered in an award-winning garden in Lyme Regis.
|| Wednesday 30th April 2014|
As part of the programme of events for Dorset Art Weeks, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has teamed-up with Dorset based outdoors activity company Jurassic Electric to invite visitors to the Kingcombe Centre and nature reserve to enjoy the local landscape and wildlife in west Dorset by electric bike.
Sunday 27th April saw the annual Great Dorset Beach Clean at Worbarrow Bay, with a small army of volunteers coming to help clean our beaches.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has received a funding boost of £18,000 towards the Portland Living Landscape Project from corporate members and supporters of the project, Albion Stone.
We're delighted to announce the launch of our new online shop, with 100% of the profits going back into conservation work, to help wildlife and wild places in Dorset.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is offering a chance to discover the dazzling dragonflies of Upton Heath this spring half term
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is pleased to announce that the Kingcombe Centre, near Maiden Newton, will be hosting a colourful and stunning exhibition of wildlife art as part of the annual Dorset Art Weeks festival from Saturday 24 May until Sunday 8 June 2014.
A fascinating photo gallery of marine eggs
At the end of March, calm weather coincided with some of the lowest tides of the year to reveal parts of the shore not often exposed. This was an excellent time for exploring the rockpools and lower seashore and turned up some interesting finds.
Here's just some of the marine life to look out for in May...