A big thank you to Young Warden Josh, who has raised £60 for Suffolk Wildlife Trust by cycling 100 miles over two days.
With Suffolk’s network of rivers, lakes, ponds and marshland, the county is brilliant place for winter ducks and geese. Some of the best reserves to visit to enjoy the sight of hundreds, sometimes…
It's not every day that a new species is discovered, so it's extremely exciting that a new stem-boring fly has been found by Graham Moates, a volunteer at Lackford Lakes Nature Reserve,…
A secretive waterbird has been seen at a Suffolk Wildlife Trust reserve for the first time in 20 years.
We've done it! Suffolk Wildlife Trust joined by Ray Mears to celebrate purchase of new land at Lackford Lakes
Renowned bush craft expert and wildlife enthusiast Ray Mears joined Suffolk Wildlife Trust to celebrate hitting a £200,000 fundraising target to extend Lackford Lakes nature reserve.
Kind words from Lackford Lakes founder Bernard Tickner MBE and a generous gift that brings the Trust a step closer to its fundraising target, was the icing on the cake for reserve staff and…
Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s campaign to raise £200,000 towards the purchase of new land at Lackford Lakes nature reserve has hit the half-way point, just two weeks after launching.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust is calling for the public’s support to buy 77 acres of land neighbouring the Lackford Lakes nature reserve near Bury St Edmunds.