2012 News Archive and Older
Despite the dramatic fire that hit Upton Heath this year, conservationists are celebrating as a pair of hobbies has managed to raise 3 chicks.
The eyes of an award-winning artist are on Dorset’s sea life this month, as fine artist Esther Tyson goes underwater to paint the wildlife that most of us never see.
A striking piece of art depicting Upton Heath after June’s devastating blaze has gone to a local home, following an auction in aid of the Upton Heath Appeal.
The man whose ride around Dorset’s nature reserves 15 years ago was the inspiration for this year’s new countywide cycle route has vowed to do it again.
Walkers of all ages are being urged to join Dorset Wildlife Trust this September on a journey along the coastal paths of Weymouth and Portland, on the eve of Weymouth’s Olympic year.
Dorset Wildlife Trust has been bowled over by a generous donation of £1000 from Enterprise Holdings Foundation, after being nominated by one of the car rental company’s local employees, Janene Scurfield.
Dorset’s top gardens for wildlife come in all shapes and sizes, with winners of this year’s Wildlife Friendly Garden Competition including school grounds, private gardens large and small and even a village hall
One for the ladies!
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Studland Bay is being put forward as one of the new Marine Conservation Zones being created around the country as a result of the Marine & Coastal Access Act 2009.
The 2011 Studland Seagrass and Seahorse Project has started at Studland Bay. Click through to read more below.