Reserves A-Z



  • 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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  • Proposed new planning laws a threat to wildlife

    Friday 7th October, 2011

    Suffolk Wildlife Trust is concerned that a proposed overhaul of England’s existing planning system will leave vital wildlife sites with no protection and put the economic aims of the planning system ahead of its environmental commitments.

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  • Over a thousand rare spiders released at Carlton Marshes

    Tuesday 4th October, 2011

    Spiders being released one by one at Carlton Marshes

    As the second phase of an ambitious translocation programme funded by the BBC Wildlife Fund, hundreds of fen raft spiderlings have been released at Carlton Marshes down stream of the first release site at Castle Marshes last October.

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  • Harvest mice in linked up habitat doing better than those in isolated pockets study concludes

    Thursday 8th September, 2011

    Harvest mice communities in Living Landscapes - areas linked up to other natural habitats - are doing better than those living in isolated pockets of habitat, concludes a two and a half year project led by Martha Meek for Suffolk Wildlife Trust.

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  • Seaweed Secrets Revealed

    Wednesday 17th August, 2011

    Seaweed surveyors hard at work

    Scientists taking part in the first ever survey of seaweed to span the length of the east coast of England have discovered a variety of species including starlet sea anemones and a Coryphella sea slug off the Suffolk coast. A total of 26 species of seaweed which are currently being identified, were also recorded during the shore and dive survey.

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  • BBC's Nicki Chapman meets our Redgrave owlets

    Thursday 11th August, 2011

    Nicki Chapman with our Redgrave owlets

    BBC’s Escape to the Country presenter Nicki Chapman with armfuls of owlets during recent filming at Redgrave and Lopham Fen. The programme should air sometime late autumn or early winter.

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  • National Marine Week latest!

    Wednesday 10th August, 2011

    Adding another name to our petition fish

    Over 100 people came along to enjoy Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s recent Secret Seashore Discovery Day at Landguard Peninsula as part of the national Wildlife Trusts’ campaign to secure greater protection for our marine wildlife.

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  • Get ready for the Big Butterfly Count

    Wednesday 13th July, 2011

    Common blue at Snape Marshes by Lesley Walduck

    The Big Butterfly Count is inviting people to report their butterfly sightings between 16-31 July so why not head out to your village green and settle yourself in a warm sunny spot for 15 minutes and note down any butterflies or day-flying moths.

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