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  • Volunteer Training Centre boost from the Melton

    Building work on our new Volunteer Training Centre at Rutland Water Nature Reserve is progressing well, and due for completion in early summer. The Wild ...
  • The king has returned!

    Look to the skies around Rutland Water  – ‘our’ ospreys are coming home! Osprey 03(97) arrived from his wintering ground on March 17. Last year ...
  • Enter our competition and be part of our first ever calendar

    Have you taken some great photographs of wildlife and wild places in Leicestershire and Rutland? Why not enter them into our photographic competition? The best ...
  • A Wild Life is a Better Life

    Patron of Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust Sir David Attenborough has highlighted why the natural world is so important to us all. When we stop and ...
  • Drop in for a spectacular sight!

    The cheering sight of milky-white drifts of snowdrops, is now appearing in many of our counties’ woodlands, churchyards, parks, and gardens, hopefully heralding the end of winter. ...
  • Record breaking Birdfair helps save our seas

    A record breaking Birdfair 2014* raised £280,000 to help advance the designation of new marine protected areas and to enrich worldwide marine wildlife. The cheque ...
  • Leicester city children to benefit from regular access to natural world

    The lives of Leicester’s inner city children are set to be transformed with a Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust project offering regular access to nature - thanks to a funding boost ...
  • Rutland Water in the spotlight

    Rutland Water Nature Reserve has been voted Britain’s Favourite Nature Reserve by readers of LoveLife magazine. “We are delighted to receive this recognition,” said Senior ...
  • New wildlife group launches in Knighton

    A new group, Knighton Wild, is organising local activities to interest more people in wildlife and help us to take pleasure in nature on our ...
  • Enjoy your own winter watch

    Feed your garden wildlife and you could be rewarded with your very own winter watch or big garden birdwatch. As temperatures plummet the good supply ...
  • Job opportunity: could you recruit for the Trust?

    Are you interested in your local wildlife? Looking for flexibility at work?  Could you be a Face-to-Face Membership Recruiter?  We need enthusiastic and dedicated people, with a ...
  • Go batty with the local bat group

    Trust Conservation Officer Jenny Harris is running a series of talks/workshops for the Leicestershire and Rutland Bat Group on the Ecology and Conservation of British ...

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