Reserves A-Z



  • When ingenuity - and a bucket - saved the day

    Saturday 1st February, 2014

    Little Tern by Margaret Holland

    From the East Anglian Daily Times Environment supplement - by John Grant

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  • Storm damage could create new opportunities for wildlife

    Friday 31st January, 2014

    Damaged oaks at Sizewell by Sam Hanks

    From the East Anglian Daily Times - by Matt Gaw

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  • Reserves of strength called upon after sea surge

    Saturday 25th January, 2014

    From the East Anglian Daily Times Environment supplement - by John Grant

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  • Bird table raffle prize re-donated to Trust

    Monday 20th January, 2014

    Bird table raffle prize returned.

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  • Reserves re-open after flooding

    Thursday 9th January, 2014

    Hazlewood Marshes has a severe breach in the sea defence and remains closed.

    All but one of our nature reserves are now open to the public following the tidal surge and flooding at the end of 2013. Hazlewood Marshes unfortunately remains closed due to a breach in the sea defence.

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  • Reserve closures following tidal surge

    Monday 23rd December, 2013

    Flooding at Snape Marshes

    Several Trust nature reserves remain flooded after last week's tidal surge

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  • Communities making a real difference for wildlife where they live

    Wednesday 4th December, 2013

    Tree planting at Levington by Ross Dean

    Suffolk Wildlife Trust is now half way through a major Heritage Lottery funded initiative to inspire on the ground action for wildlife in every single parish in the county. That’s 477 parishes so it’s no mean feat!

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  • Photography competition - overall winner revealed

    Wednesday 4th December, 2013

    The Old Oak by Lee Acaster - overall competition winner

    The Old Oak by Lee Acaster has been unveiled as the overall competition winner as chosen by the public through our online voting system.

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  • Bittersweet edge to first wave of Marine Conservation Zone designations

    Thursday 21st November, 2013

    As the Government today confirms immediate designation of 27 Marine Conservation Zones, The Wildlife Trusts welcome this first step towards the creation of a network so absolutely vital to ensure the healthy future of our seas.

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  • Promising results for dormice

    Thursday 14th November, 2013

    Dormouse by Brett Lewis

    Early results from our Suffolk dormouse surveys this autumn have found dormice at Arger Fen & Spouse's Vale, Groton Wood and close to Bull's Wood - and we are optimistic that more will be discovered.

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