Catch up on the latest wildlife sightings on our Reserves Team blog!
Weekly wild news from our reserves - 30 July 2021
This week, our reserve teams spotted a bittern in flight, an inquisitive purple emperor, a shiny dor beetle, frisky ponies as the hay…
Weekly wild news from our reserves - 23 July 2021
This week, the reserve teams have been busy making hay while the sun shines across our marsh and meadow reserves...
Weekly wild news from our reserves - 16 July 2021
This week, our reserves team have been counting orchids, marvelling at ants nests, finding beautiful butterflies and carnivorous plants…
Suffolk Wildlife Trust receives grant of £247,000 from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund
Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s stunning landscape-scale reserve, Carlton Marshes, near Lowestoft, has received a grant to continue habitat…
Ponies on our nature reserves
As tempting as it is to approach our conservation grazing ponies, please respect the vital work they are doing for wildlife and keep…
Gunton Warren - a rare and precious piece of coastline representing natural habitat progression from beach to woodland
Gunton Warren is a wonderful wildlife gem within walking distance of Lowestoft.
Covid-19 update - 19 July 2021
Proceed with caution
Please help us buy Rowley Grove
Rowley Grove is a precious ancient woodland situated on the southern border of Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Arger Fen & Spouse's…
Wild art, searching for grass snakes, poptastic slime moulds, and a hare in the living room…
well, almost. Highlights from week 2 & 3 of 30 Days Wild...
Our Wild Learning Officer, Lucy, is looking back at what we’ve…
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How to provide water for wildlife
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Build your own bat box and give a bat a safe place to roost.
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