Catch up on the latest wildlife sightings on our Reserves Team blog!
Weekly Wild news from our reserves – 15 January 2021
This week, great results from heathland recreation work, new bee hotels at Lackford Lakes and a handsome parasitic wasp....
Weekly Wild news from our reserves - 8 January 2021
This week saw some extremely wet wildlife, a fallen giant, exciting feathered visitors to Carlton Marshes and fungi resembling a banana…
Weekly wild news from our reserves -18th December
This week saw more wintry scenes, our brilliant volunteers returned to Redgrave & Lopham Fen, and the Konik ponies were engulfed in…
Winter berries for birds
Our Wild Learning Officer, Cathy Smith, explores the bounty and wonder of winter berries.
Bad news for bees: Government reverses ban on insect-killing neonicotinoids for 2021
The Government has agreed to authorise the use of the highly damaging neonicotinoid Thiamethoxam for the treatment of sugar beet seed in…
Covid-19 update - January 2021
As from Tuesday 5th January, we are operating within the coronavirus guidance for national lockdown. All of our nature reserves remain…
Suffolk Wildlife Trust receives grant of £250,000 from the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund
We are thrilled to have been awarded a grant from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund for our West Suffolk nature Triangle project.
Photography Competition 2020 Judge's and Public's Winners announced
Our judging panel and the public's votes have decided the winners in this year's photography competition.
National Lottery winners bring Christmas magic to Suffolk
A team of National Lottery winners are creating moments of Christmas magic and surprise for visitors, young and old, at a Lowestoft…
Help wildlife at home
How to compost your waste
Instead of sending your green waste to landfill, create your own compost.
How to create a hedgehog hole
Help hedgehogs get around by making holes and access points in fences and barriers to link up the gardens in your neighbourhood.
How to have an eco-Christmas
Whether you celebrate a big family Christmas, or you just give out a few cards to your friends and neighbours to wish them a happy time…
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