Photo, Rosie Mansell
Our vision is for a Devon that is rich in all wildlife, where people enjoy and care about the natural world and take steps to safeguard it for the future.
Bee on forget-me-nots. Photo, Ben Lee
With two coastlines, two moorlands, ancient woodlands, tumbling rivers and miles of footpaths, Devon’s wonderful wildlife is there for you to discover...
Dartmoor. Photo, Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION
From craggy coasts to wind-blown moorland, ancient woodland to flower-filled meadows, our reserves bring you close to nature in amazing settings.
Bellever Moor and Meadows
The daily care of DWT's 50 havens for wildlife takes a huge amount of time and resource: on average, it costs £2000 per day to manage these reserves. Can you help?
Beaver. Photo, Ben Lee
DWT is the lead partner in England’s first licensed beaver re-introduction and monitoring project, on the River Otter in east Devon.
Find out how you can help
Join us for short walks around Exeter’s stunning valley parks! We’ll be discovering the wildlife of the city as we go. Walks last approximately 1 hour.
This is part of the Connecting…
These sessions are designed to suit the ability of someone taking their first footsteps into activity and would like to take part in gentle, sociable, guided exercise in nature.
Friendly spring nature ramble meeting any early blooms, bees nesting birds and Exeter Local Group. Please bring binoculars if you have them. Some steeper and possibly muddy sections: please wear…
Pop along to these nature inspired drop-in craft sessions that take place every week.
Walk at Blackadon Reserve with Sue Goodfellow. Two iconic Dartmoor habitats – steep wooded river valley and bracken moor.
PGL Children’s Activity Holidays are allowing us to inspect their veteran trees, along with Tarka the Otter’s Beam Weir and the former Rolle Canal.
Join the Bovey Bat Group on this evening walk around Parke Estate to spot and listen for bats using detectors to hear their high frequency calls.