Make nature part of your life. Our Wiltshire, our wildlife. 

We exist to protect the environment and encourage sustainable living for the benefit of both people and nature. 

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Webcam at Langford Lakes

Take a look at our webcam at Langford Lakes Nature Reserve

Coombe Bissett Down Project

Discover more about our Coombe Bissett Down project.


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Wild Landscapes

The newest project at Wiltshire Wildlife Trust. Wild Landscapes, creating green spaces for wildlife and people.


Author: Courtney Ball

Make a record

Report your sighting today! Sending and recording your wildlife sightings helps us to learn about population changes and trends in Wiltshire's wild species.


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Our Impact


Of our budget in 2017 was spent on charitable activities.


Hectares of land are managed by us.


People attended our walks, talks and other events in 2017.


If you feel strongly about helping wildlife and connecting people to nature then why not donate or fundraise today and support the work that Wiltshire Wildlife Trust does.


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Target amount: £0.00

Amount raised: £4,436.95



One of the best ways to support our work is to become a member. Become part of a growing, caring and passionate team and make an impact across the whole of Wiltshire and Swindon.

Latest blogs

  • Diary of a reluctant runner

    Dugald McNaughtan talks about raising funds for Wiltshire Wildlife Trust the hard way: getting off the sofa and pounding the pavements. Read more

  • Water Team Trainee Blog: September

    As I’m writing this I’m entering my fifth week as the Water Team trainee at the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust... Read more

Latest events

  • Wildlife in Suburbia - Part One

    Ian McGuire spent many years creating a wildlife haven in a 1960s suburban estate garden. Read more

  • Wildlife on the Kennet & Avon Canal

    Laura Mullholland has been working as an ecologist for the Canal & River Trust for 5 years. Come along to hear her explain how the charity cares for many of Britain’s waterways and listen to her tell some of the stories about the wildlife encountered along the way. Read more