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  • Connecting landscape for dormice

    Thursday 23rd February, 2012

    Dormouse by David Kjaer

    As part of Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s green team initiative, 23 volunteers from UK Power Networks have planted a hedge to link up dormice habitat at Bradfield Woods NNR to surrounding woodlands.

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  • Thank you, we've done it!

    Thursday 23rd February, 2012

    Following the fantastic response from people all over Suffolk and beyond to Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s campaign to buy Knettishall Heath, well over the £100,000 target has been raised and the purchase is now complete!

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  • Community action for Wildlife

    Thursday 9th February, 2012

    Framlingham event Networking Nature by Nick Iliot

    Four year lottery funding will enable Suffolk Wildlife Trust to support more community wildlife projects

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  • More barn owls breeding in Suffolk than 50 years ago

    Thursday 19th January, 2012

    Barn owl by Paul Edwards

    The latest report on Suffolk’s barn owls shows that 2011 had the highest records for generations, says the Suffolk Community Barn Owl Project - a partnership project between Suffolk Wildlife Trust and Suffolk Ornithologists Group.

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  • Save Suffolk's sea in 2012

    Tuesday 3rd January, 2012

    Corkwing wrasse by Mark Thomas

    In 2012 Suffolk Wildlife Trust are focusing on establishing protection for our fantastic marine wildlife.

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  • Kiln Meadow reprieve

    Monday 28th November, 2011

    Kiln Meadow by Simone Bullion

    After several years of vigorous campaigning by Suffolk Wildlife Trust and the Ipswich Wildlife Group it has been recommended to Ipswich Borough Council executives that Kiln Meadow is not sold for development afterall.

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  • Setback for seas

    Tuesday 15th November, 2011

    Bloody Henry Starfish by Polly Whyte

    A statement announces the Government’s intention to gather further evidence on the 127 Marine Conservation Zones recommended by stakeholder groups. The recommendations are the result of consultation with more than one million stakeholders including fishermen, conservationists and businesses. The process has cost around £8.8million to date.

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  • Marine Conservation Zones at risk

    Wednesday 9th November, 2011

    Sea urchins by Polly Whyte

    Big Society has spoken up for our seas – but will Government listen? The wildlife in England’s seas are facing a serious threat, warns Suffolk Wildlife Trust.

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  • Over a hundred pull pine in biggest turn out yet

    Monday 7th November, 2011

    Sutton Common

    Over one hundred BT staff from the company’s design and innovate team are taking to Sutton and Hollesley Heaths to pull pine saplings as part of Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Green Team activities – the biggest Green Team turn out yet!

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  • Turf ponds created to restore fenland habitat at Oulton

    Thursday 3rd November, 2011

    Oulton Broads by Steve Aylward

    A grant from the Million Ponds Project through Biffaward*, will enable Suffolk Wildlife Trust to create four turf ponds at its Oulton Marshes reserve near Lowestoft.

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