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Welcome to Staffordshire Wildlife Trust

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is your local wildlife charity dedicated to looking after Staffordshire's wildlife and wild places. Welcome to our website! You can use our website to find out more about what we do, to sign-up as a member, read up on our current campaigns, find out how to volunteer with us and book onto an event plus much more. 

We hope you can join us in protecting Staffordshire's unique natural environment for everyone to enjoy and wildlife to thrive in. Our work would not be possible without your support.

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Coronavirus update

Our response

What we do

Protect wildlife and wild spaces

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Campaigning for wildlife

See which wildlife and wild places we are working to protect 

Badger Appeal

Our stance on the badger cull and our vaccination programme

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Our wildlife themed Christmas quiz

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Tips to help wildlife

Actions to take to play your part in nature's recovery 

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Signs of Autumn

Crisp autumn days are full of colour as the leaves turn red and gold. Toadstools pop up from the floor like fairy-tale towers and animals can be spotted scurrying around foraging berries

During autumn the days are rapidly getting shorter and the sun is becoming lower in the sky. There are however, lots of wildlife highlights in this colourful season; spectacular sunsets, the stars can seem brighter at night, and on some mornings mist hangs over fields and parks creating stunning photo opportunities. This is a time of nature's plenty, with a wonderful hedgerow harvest of blackberries, rose hips, crab apples, hazelnuts and seeds. Many of our much loved creatures take advantage of this wild harvest to build up reserves of fat for migration or for hibernation.

We've picked some autumn highlights to look out for below!

What we do

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What we're up to

Go wild - upcoming events

We run events all over Staffordshire on nature reserves, our 2 visitor centres and in local parks. We have sessions for ages 0 - 100 from guided walks to grass sledging. What are you waiting for? Come and get wild with us!

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Please note, the Trust's AGM which was planned for 29th June has been postponed. A new date for the meeting will be announced in due course. Many thanks for your understanding