Leads are essential to prevent dogs harming ground-nesting birds, say The Wildlife Trusts
The Wildlife Trusts & RHS call on gardeners to help swifts, swallows, and martins
Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust and Leicestershire County Council are running Biodiversity Training for local Parishes.
The free online course aims to equip Leicestershire Parish councillors and staff with vital knowledge needed to address the biodiversity crisis in their local area.
• Policy failure to stop peat extraction has caused up to 31 million tonnes of CO2 to be released since 1990
• Peat extracted for horticulture in 2020 alone could release up to 880,000…
Every day is different when you work on a nature reserve, but nothing could have prepared our reserves team at Rutland Water Nature Reserve for the day when they made the palaeontological…
Fourteen barn owl chicks have been recorded at Cossington Meadows Nature Reserve, beating the previous record of 12 in 2019!
Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust regret to announce that they will no longer run the annual Rutland Water Birdfair
After careful consideration of a number of key factors, LRWT has taken the difficult decision to stop running the event.
Runner- up wildlife art prize artwork is unveiled at Leicester primary school.
The Wildlife Trusts respond to the passing of the Environment Act.
Sir David Attenborough calls for role of nature to be recognised in fight against climate change in new film
The Wildlife Trusts say ambitious nature recovery should be focus at COP26