A new report published by the Wildlife Trusts shows how people in every part of society, wherever they live, can take action to bring back declining insects.
The first of five barn owl chicks hatched live on the Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) webcam on 5 May. The parents, affectionately known as ‘Mr and Mrs B’ by the dedicated followers of the webcam, have been roosting in the box on DWT’s Lorton Meadows Nature Reserve since winter 2019.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has announced the return of the UK’s biggest annual nature challenge, 30 Days Wild, which asks the public to do one ‘wild’ activity each day for the 30 days in June.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has received a donation of over £15,000 from Winfrith Newburgh & East Knighton (WN&EK) Parish Council towards its Heathland Heritage Traineeship.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has received a report of a rare Risso’s dolphin sighting off Chesil Beach on 8 April by local whelk fisherman Ryan Casey.
A new report commissioned by wildlife trusts concludes that drastic declines in insect numbers will have far-reaching consequences for wildlife and people.
Thanks to social media postings, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has been made aware of an unusual amount of stranded seahorses being washed up on Dorset beaches within a couple of weeks of one another.
In response to the well-reported decline of pollinators nationally, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has launched its biggest ever campaign.
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