We protect Dorset's wildlife and wild places
Together with our 28,000 members, our volunteers and supporters, we are Dorset's largest nature conservation charity. We work to champion wildlife and natural places on our 42 nature reserves and through our work with others.
DWT warns against marine wildlife disturbance
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has received reports of dolphin sightings off the Dorset coast in recent weeks and wants to raise awareness…
Wildlife Friendly Gardening Competition returns for 10th anniversary in Dorset
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is celebrating the 10th Anniversary year of the Wildlife Friendly Gardening Competition with its sponsors,…
Wildlife Gardening expert comes to Kingcombe Centre for talk & book reading
Dorset Wildlife Trust’s Kingcombe Centre is delighted to welcome award-winning author, journalist and wildlife gardening expert, Kate…
Help to secure Brownsea Island's future
Summer Wildlife Cruises
More wildlife to look out for in April
Latest blog posts
What bees need in May
Kate talks about what she's seeing in her garden this time of year and asks whether your garden is good for pollinators?
What to do in your garden: April showers will bring more flowers!
Find out what to do, see and plant in your garden this April to encourage pollinators and other wildlife into your wildlife haven's…
Everything you need to know about Get Dorset Buzzing
This month marks the launch of the ‘Get Dorset Buzzing’ campaign. We’re asking the people of Dorset to do just one thing for pollinators…
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