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Medicine not marksmen

The Wildlife Trusts have expressed huge disappointment at limitations of the Bovine TB Strategy Review led by Sir Charles Godfray. Whilst welcoming the review’s recommendations ...

Invitation to the Trust's AGM

All members are welcome to attend the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust's 62nd Annual General Meeting, which will be held at 7.30pm on Wednesday 14th November ...

Will you speak out for a wilder future?

Wildlife needs our help. Birds, insects, mammals, plants and trees are struggling to survive with an increasing lack of suitable places to live, or food ...

Please don’t turn your bonfire party into a hog roast

Remember, remember to check your unlit bonfire for hedgehogs. At this time of year, a pile of leaves and twigs may be the start of ...

Trust seeks Assistant Reserve Officer for RWNR

This is an exciting opportunity to work at Rutland Water Nature Reserve for someone who has a passion for wildlife, enjoys working in a team ...

Soak up the season's mellow hues

October is a month for our counties’ wildlife to feed on fruits, fungi, insects and all available food, in preparation for the winter chill that ...

Agriculture Bill vital to nature's recovery

The recovery of wildlife in the UK depends on an Agriculture Bill that enables farmers to create and restore natural habitats. The Wildlife Trusts, including ...

September is a good time to see dazzling dragonflies

Autumn bird migration continues throughout September and the Trust’s wetland nature reserves such as Rutland Water, Cossington Meadows, Wanlip Meadows and Kelham Bridge are the ...

Stride out for wildlife with Chris Packham

Join wildlife celebrity and author Chris Packham at the People’s Walk for Wildlife, taking place in central London on Saturday (September 22). The agenda is ...

‘Inject to Protect’ Badgers

After a two year break in its vaccination project due to a global shortage of vaccine, the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust (LRWT) is now ...

Two ospreys satellite tagged at Rutland Water Nature Reserve

Two male ospreys from Rutland Water have been fitted with satellite transmitters so bird experts can track their amazing global journeys.   You too can follow the osprey’s ...

View the ancient skull discovered on nature reserve

The auroch skull discovered at the Trust’s Wymeswold Meadows Nature Reserve - and  recently donated by the Trust to the Charnwood Museum, Loughborough -  is ...

Visit our woodland and wetland nature reserves in late summer

To us it feels as if summer is still 'in full swing' during August so it can be a bit of a shock to realise that ...


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