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Young Ambassador Charlie took on the Big Wild Walk at our Langford Lakes nature reserve. Read more
The Wildlife Trusts’ youth activism manager, Arran Wilson, draws on his background as a lecturer in zoology to explore what exactly hibernation is, and which animals rely on it to get through winter. Read more
A new free 6 week programme running at Castle Hill Country Park in Salisbury. Read more
An illustrated talk on what forests would look like if there were no insects by Sophia Gripenberg. Read more
Happening now! Come along to our Christmas market at Langford Lakes nature reserve: https://t.co/r1NDxfehxh 🎄
Thank you Joyce for sending us a sighting of the Yellow Fieldcap, which she found in #Kilmington 🍄
Found some… https://t.co/bwoeFZqW7E
RT @avonwt: The @BristolAvon team have been working on @WiltsWildlife's nature reserve, Morningside Meadows, to create a pond m… https://t.co/mhq2hK0rC2