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Research shows that if just one person in every four takes up a cause, this can be enough to change the minds and behaviour of the majority. Imagine what we could achieve if that cause was nature: if a quarter of people in Suffolk created more space for wildlife to bring back what we’ve lost.
Catch up on the latest wildlife sightings on our Reserves Team blog!
Weekly wild news from our reserves – 20 May 2022
This week has been packed full of wildlife, with hobbies, water voles, marsh harriers and a bittern. Also exciting insects including a…
Weekly wild news from our reserves - 13 May 2022
This week more special wildlife was recorded, with rare shepherd's cress, a ringed China-mark moth, turtle dove and nightingale.…
Weekly wild news from our reserves - 6 May 2022
It was a week of rare and unusual wildlife, with a snorkelling stick insect, first record of a wall brown, soprano pipistrelle bats,…
Lark's flight - set to soar over Suffolk
This year, the 12th of October will mark composer Vaughan Williams’ 150th birthday. Suffolk Wildlife Trust is proud to be working with…
Please share photos of your wild lawns and green spaces with us
We’re in the middle of #NoMowMay, Plantlife’s campaign to encourage everyone to let their lawns, verges or green spaces grow wild for…
A big thank you to the Arc Shopping Centre, Bury St. Edmunds
We want to say a big thank you to arc Shopping Centre in Bury St Edmunds, who have kindly chosen us to be their charity of the year,…
A Wilder Suffolk – updated reserves book for members
We are offering a free copy of our new reserves book as a celebration of our 60th year and thank you to all our members. Your e-book is…
A collective voice for wildlife
Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s new logo
Conservation advice at Suffolk Wildlife Trust
Meet Graham, our Conservation Adviser. If you have a patch of land in Suffolk and would like to learn more about how to enhance it for…
Help wildlife at home
How to attract butterflies to your garden
Provide food for caterpillars and choose nectar-rich plants for butterflies and you’ll have a colourful, fluttering display in your…
How to create a mini pond
Even a small pond can be home to an interesting range of wildlife, including damsel and dragonflies, frogs and newts.
Do a litter pick or beach clean!
Be a wildlife saviour and do a litter pick or beach clean!
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