|| Wednesday 11th November 2015|
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is delighted to announce the discovery of a Waxcap fungi which is new to the Kingcombe Meadows Nature Reserve in west Dorset.
For many of us, spending time outside when we were young was a big part of our childhoods. However new technology and increased ‘screen’ time has led to concerns that the new generation could be missing out.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is looking for new volunteers to join a keen group of warden volunteers at the Fine Foundation Marine Centre at Kimmeridge in Dorset.
|| Wednesday 4th November 2015|
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is looking for a group of volunteers to help move 15 tonnes of gravel into the Bere Stream on behalf of the Bere Regis Wildlife Group in association with the Bere Regis Parish Council, on Saturday 7th November.
|| Tuesday 3rd November 2015|
Dorset Wildlife Trust’s (DWT’s) Fine Foundation Chesil Beach Centre is hosting a Dorset inspired Wild Art Exhibition, displaying art in a variety of mediums created by twelve local artists, from Saturday 7th November until Sunday 22nd November.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has teamed-up with publishers from you to me to create a unique journal for young people, inspired by the ‘My Wild Life’ campaign, launched by the Wildlife Trusts nationally, in March 2015.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) was saddened to see a critically endangered porbeagle shark (Lamna nasus) landed on Chesil Beach last weekend by a local fisherman. The 2 metre shark, a mature female, was accidently caught in a trammel net 300 yards off Chesil Cove.
|| Thursday 22nd October 2015|
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is hosting a series of outdoors and crafty events guaranteed to keep children entertained this half term – and they may learn a thing or two about wildlife!
|| Wednesday 14th October 2015|
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is being supported by the Sherborne Literary Festival on Friday 16th October, with talks from RHS qualified garden journalist Kate Bradbury, award-winning wildlife writer Mark Carwardine, and the special advisor to the Prince’s Rainforest Project, Tony Juniper.
|| Monday 28th September 2015|
A network of leading solicitors across Dorset has partnered with Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) to offer a free Will writing service to its 25,000+ members throughout October 2015.