Species conservation

Our vision for Suffolk is a Living Landscape - a joined up landscape where species can expand their range and move through a wildlife-rich countryside along networks of linked habitat.

Our targeted efforts for some of Suffolk’s most recognisable species, like barn owl, dormouse, hedgehog and water vole will help to secure this. These species are good indicators of quality habitat and on-the-ground action for these species, like the hedgerow links we are creating for dormouse between Bradfield Wood and Bull’s Wood will benefit many other species as well.
As well as our individual species features, our conservation science section also offers the full reports of Suffolk Wildlife Trust species conservation initiatives.