|| Monday 1st September 2014|
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has launched the new campaign, ‘Make Wildlife Welcome’, to encourage local people to give garden wildlife struggling to survive a helping hand this autumn and winter.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has launched a new Discoverer’s Pack at Lorton Meadows and the Chesil Centre, to help children get hands on with nature and learn about our diverse and vibrant wildlife.
|| Wednesday 27th August 2014|
This summer, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has been providing vital knowledge and experience to the next generation of wildlife conservationists with its ‘Green Team’ programme, which is now in its fourth year.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is holding its Annual General Meeting on Friday 29th August at 6.00pm at our headquarters at Brooklands Farm, near Dorchester. We are inviting members of all ages, to hear first-hand about all the fantastic work that has been done throughout the year and to find out about some of our opportunities for the next calendar year.
Here is just some of the marine life to look out for in September
Dorset Wildlife Trust’s (DWT) Chesil Beach Centre is delighted to be selling a new children’s book called ‘Bizzy the Blenny and the Treasure of the Fleet Lagoon’, written by local artist, Nicola Dennis and Chesil Centre officer, Marc Smith.
|| Thursday 14th August 2014|
Crayfish plague has been found on Dorset’s River Allen following an investigation by the Environment Agency and Dorset Wildlife Trust.
The Little Tern colony at Chesil Beach has seen its numbers increase dramatically after a record breaking year for breeding.
Members of Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) were greeted by an unexpected visitor when a Russian Steppe Eagle interrupted a wildlife walk on Upton Heath last Friday.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) celebrated local wildlife in style as hundreds of people turned out to enjoy the Big Wild Chesil event at the Fine Foundation Chesil Beach Centre.