Government proposals must trigger change on 70% of land
A pioneering study into the health of hedgehog populations has underlined the importance of Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Ipswich Hedgehog Project.
A secretive waterbird has been seen at a Suffolk Wildlife Trust reserve for the first time in 20 years.
Saturday 1 September, Holywells Park to Ipswich Waterfront - from 6pm
To mark the end of Suffolk Wildlife Trust's pioneering project to make Ipswich the most hedgehog friendly town in…
More than 22,000 people completed The Wildlife Trust’s online action, which urged Michael Gove, the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, to designate 41 new Marine…
Join Suffolk Wildlife Trust on Lowestoft beach this Sunday afternoon to create sand sculptures of marine animals on the beach.
Beautiful fenland species returns from localised extinction following pioneering work by Plantlife and Suffolk Wildlife Trust
Two government consultations offer opportunity to have your say on important environmental decisions
A public consultation on the designation of 41 new Marine Conservation Zones (including Suffolk's first) closes on 20 July, and there's still time to contact Defra with views on the…
Public appeal is last piece of funding jigsaw needed for Trust's vision of 1,000 acres of wildness in the Broads to go ahead
A celebration to mark the first step in the journey of creating 1,000 acres of wildness in the Broads will be held at Carlton Marshes this Saturday (before the football!)