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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!
Wild news from our reserves, 2nd June 2023
There’s been so much going on at our nature reserves this week, from species surveys, fabulous fen flora, top bird spots and spring…
Wild news from our reserves – 19 May 2023
This week our reserves have seen rare passage waders, gorgeous orchids and other wildflowers, butterflies, mayflies, cinnamon bugs and…
Wild news from our reserves – 12 May 2023
It’s been another wildlife packed week across our reserves, with spotted flycatchers, bluebells, an otter, an amazing wasp and a bold…
New Community Wildlife Courses
Let's all bring nature back to Suffolk. We have an exciting new range of courses available for Communities to help with their…
A thank you walk around Martlesham Wilds with Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB volunteers
Charlie Zakss, our Engagement Officer, lead a walk around Martlesham Wilds to the volunteers of the Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB.
Thank you, arc shopping centre, Bury St Edmunds!
A huge thank you to arc shopping centre in Bury St. Edmunds for helping us raise more than £2,100 from donations and sales, as they…
Farmland Wildlife Advice Midsummer meetup
On Friday 23rd June 2023, Suffolk Wildlife Trust has organised a brand new event for farmers, landowners and advisers this summer - our…
Wading birds tea towels raise funds for Martlesham Wilds
Waldringfield Wildlife Group have raised so much money for our Martlesham Wilds campaign, they really are an inspiration. The group…
Designing a woodland for wildlife
Maddie Lord, Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Farmland Wildlife Adviser, explores some of the questions that are helpful to bear in mind when…
Help wildlife at home
How to make a coastal garden
Coastal gardening can be a challenge, but with the right plants in the right place, your garden and its wildlife visitors can thrive.…
How to go peat free at home
Our homes and gardens have an important role in the fight against climate change. Help preserve vital peatland by going peat free.
How to build a pond
A wildlife pond is one of the single best features for attracting new wildlife to the garden.
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