Devon Wildlife Trust is asking the public to help it address one of the biggest challenges facing the county’s countryside and its wildlife.
We are all witnesses to the current, unprecedented declines in nature. Demand for leadership and action to halt this catastrophe has never been greater.
A recent YouGov poll showed that two…
A new report, Insect Declines and Why They Matter, commissioned by a group of Wildlife Trusts in the south west has revealed conclusively that drastic declines in insect numbers look set to have…
• Devon Wildlife Trust purchases Horsey Island, near Braunton
• A ‘significant wildlife haven’ with some very special birdlife
• Purchase made possible with help of local resident
A brand-new home for bats has seen its first residents move in just days after its completion.
Wembury Marine Centre to stage race to record and identify as many species as it can in 24 hours. Free event. All welcome to attend.
A 91-year-old Devon woman has vowed to visit all 50 of conservation charity Devon Wildlife Trust’s nature reserves in a bid to raise awareness and funds for its good works.
Our Wembury Marine Centre is celebrating after being awarded £9,100 by The National Lottery Community Fund. The money will support its work for the local marine environment.
The East Devon village of Beer has been recognised as being a ‘Bat Friendly Community’. It is only the second place (after Chudleigh) to be awarded the accolade by a scheme which works to conserve…
Recent major pollution incidents in the South West show just how vulnerable and fragile our river systems really are, says the Devon Wildlife Trust (DWT).