Dorset Wildlife Trust’s (DWT) Chesil Beach Centre will be hosting a fundraising evening and auction on Thursday 5th June to raise money to protect the little tern, which is the second rarest seabird in the country. Chesil beach is the only location of a breeding colony in South West England.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) and Small Woods Association apprentice, Fiona de Wert, will be taking part in a workshop to the public in Brenscombe Wood throughout Purbeck Art Weeks from Saturday 24th May - Sunday 8th June 2014.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is asking for donations of unwanted art to raise money for wildlife in Dorset. The art will be displayed during the Art Weeks’ celebrations at the Kingcombe Centre, near Dorchester, from Saturday 24th May to Sunday 8th June 2014.
Marine Wildlife Sightings for May
Here is just some of the marine life to look out for in June...
A generous donation of £5,000 from Haskins Garden Centres Ltd has enabled Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) and its partners to reach the match-funding target for a grant of £2.7 million from the HLF for the Great Heath Living Landscape project.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is celebrating the return of the much loved barn owl webcam, where viewers from all over the country and abroad have been following ‘Bob and Brenda’ as they rear their young in front of a live webcam, which is streamed 24 hours a day.
Barrell Jellyfish, which can grow up to an impressive 1 metre wide, have been sighted on a beach on Portland, and in Weymouth harbour. This is an unusual sighting in Dorset for so early in the year.
Find out who's joined our new Great Heath team.
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.