2012 News Archive and Older
Dorset Wildlife Trust is helping Wareham show off its wild side this summer by joining forces with conservation organisations across the county to take part in Wareham Carnival on July 15th.
The very best of wildlife gardening advice will be on offer from TV gardener Toby Buckland and wildlife experts in Sherborne this July.
You can enjoy your seafood this summer AND protect Dorset’s marine environment, according to Dorset Wildlife Trust, announcing the new Great Dorset Seafood Fish Guide.
Green groups across Weymouth & Portland will be “flagging up” the best places for people to learn more about wildlife and the environment at the Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.
Dorset Wildlife Trust is celebrating a boost for wildlife in rural Dorset, following an award of £201,500 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a new community-led project.
Spring and early summer provide amateur and professional birdwatchers alike with the treat of flocks of migrant birds arriving in Britain from Africa.
There are currently under 60 species of butterflies in the UK, and many of them are facing a serious decline in numbers.
Dorset Wildlife Trust is celebrating one of the world’s most beautiful and prehistoric insects by working together with a newly formed local group, Dorset Dragonflies. These ancient insects may be found worldwide, but Dorset is home to some very rare species, as well as habitat hotspots for this spectacular aerial predator.
June’s World Oceans Day family event in Poole will launch a call for wildlife champions to take action for our seas.
The natural world of a west Dorset village is to be revealed in a Weekend of Wildlife. The village of Netherbury will be giving up its secrets as local residents, families and experts join forces to discover everything from bees to birds, bats and butterflies.