Suffolk Wildlife Trust in Ipswich

The activities were all perfectly pitched, brilliantly resourced and dovetailed in well with the work we are doing in school. The children were really engaged, learned a lot and very much enjoyed the sessions . Thank you very much!
School teacher, St Margrets CEVA Primary School

Ipswich is wild!

Its parks, gardens, allotments and school grounds are alive with wildlife. There are a whole host of ways you can get involved to learn more about the amazing wildlife our town has to offer, and how you can help it thrive!

Our Wild Learning Officer provides the unique opportunity for young people to learn natural history skills in these amazing green spaces. From teen courses and young wardens to mentorships, youth groups and school activities, there are lots of ways young people can get inspired about the natural world in Ipswich.

Children aged 11-16 years have been learning to produce fantastic wildlife images on our Wild Skills Wildlife Photography sessions:

View the Wild Skills Photography Portfolios

Events coming soon in Ipswich:

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