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  • Suffolk Wildlife Trust celebrates Hedgehog Awareness Week with giant mural

    Monday 1st May, 2017

    ATM Hedgehog in Somerset

    To celebrate Ipswich as a Hedgehog Hotspot Suffolk Wildlife Trust is marking Hedgehog Awareness Week with a giant hedgehog mural on a town centre wall. Street artist ATM will create the artwork over three days. He is known for highlighting the plight of threatened species across the world.

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  • Suffolk residents called to survey precious wood pasture & parkland sites across the county

    Wednesday 19th April, 2017

    Wildlife charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is launching a new conservation project this April to help protect Britain’s precious wood pasture and parkland habitats, which are home to several endangered species such as the lesser-spotted woodpecker, violet crick beetle and the pearl-bordered fritillary butterfly. The first phase of this new project will be piloted in Suffolk, a county which is home to 1,250 of these ecologically important and iconic landscapes. PTES is calling for local volunteers to help by trialling a simple survey that has been devised to assess the condition of these important habitats.

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  • No wolves to be released at Knettishall Heath

    Thursday 13th April, 2017

    Suffolk Wildlife Trust would like to reassure members of the public that it has no plans to release wolves onto one of its reserves – following a number of spoof reports.

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  • Are you ready for 30 Days Wild?

    Tuesday 11th April, 2017

    This June, Suffolk Wildlife Trust is urging everyone, everywhere to spend time in nature every day!

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  • Halfway point reached in campaign for new nature reserve in the Broads

    Thursday 6th April, 2017

    Suffolk Wildlife Trust has reached the halfway point in its ambitious campaign to raise £1million and create a new nature reserve in the Broads National Park.

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  • Bauder join as Gold level Investor in Wildlife

    Friday 31st March, 2017

    Ipswich based flat roof manufacturer Bauder has continued to strengthen its commitment to sustainability and support for the environment by joining the Trust's business membership scheme at Gold level. Bauder is one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of flat roof waterproofing systems, which includes a range of green roof solutions that look to replicate the ecological environment of a site in order to create a natural habitat that supports biodiversity. Andrew Mackenzie, Managing Director for Bauder stated “Bauder is proud to support the Suffolk Wildlife Trust, which does such incredible work throughout the county. We are all excited to participate in the team volunteering days, which will give our employees an invaluable opportunity to make a practical and tangible difference for wildlife in our local community.” To find out more about your business joining the Trust's Investors in Wildlife membership please visit our business support pages in the Join tab.

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  • Project to encourage responsible dog walking at Carlton Marshes awarded Bags of Help funding

    Thursday 30th March, 2017

    A project to promote responsible dog walking on a Suffolk Wildlife Trust nature reserve has been supported by the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.

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  • Bee Creative in the Garden

    Monday 27th March, 2017

    Bee. Credit: Darin Smith

    Royal Horticultural Society and The Wildlife Trusts launch campaign to help wild bees

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  • Do you want to be Suffolk Wildlife Trust's hedgehog project intern?

    Wednesday 22nd March, 2017

    Suffolk Wildlife Trust is searching for someone with a passion for conservation to support the county’s first ever hedgehog officer in a pioneering campaign.

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  • A new way to support the Broads

    Monday 13th March, 2017

    All profits from the sale of this special edition marsh harrier T shirt will support the creation of a giant new nature reserve in the Broads National Park

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