Welcome to Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Welcome to Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Joining us is one of the most important things you can do for wildlife in Suffolk.

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Hare by Alfred Roberts

Stay alert, control the virus, save lives  

Our nature reserves remain open for enjoyment within the government Covid-19 guidance. Please take responsibility for your own safety and that of other visitors by following the 2-metre social distancing guidance throughout your visit. 

This is the latest Government Advice on coronavirus: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus  

Please note that in line with social distancing advice, Suffolk Wildlife Trust offices, centres and hides are all closed and all events are cancelled at this time.   

Our nature reserves rely on the support of our members – thank you all. Please join today

Ways you can support us

Support our work

Harvest mouse

Visit a nature reserve

Find a nature reserve

By Steve Aylward

Catch up on the latest wildlife sightings on our Reserves Team blog!

Latest news

Stop the catastrophic decline of insects

Take action for insects

Small copper butterfly by Vaughn Williams

Please tell us if you've seen a hedgehog

Record a sighting

WildNet - Tom Marshall

We're fundraising for Carlton Marshes

Please will you help us?

Short Eared Owl - Andy Rouse/2020VISION

Help wildlife at home

Proposed Sizewell C Nuclear Power Station

Sizewell C update

Sizewell nuclear power stations (photo: Sarah Groves)

Find out more about a Nature Recovery Network to bring back Britain's wildlife

Campaign for a wilder Britain

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Every penny goes directly towards helping wildlife

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