searching for the great green bush cricket around the Stroud Valleys this summer
about photographing water voles by photographer Iain Green
was launched by Jessy Lee and Cerys Matthews on the 26th June, you can now buy our self-guided walk leaflet online
Read about Will Masefield's search for dragonflies and damselflies in the Cotswold Water Park
Donate today and your money will go ten times further (due to match funding) - so today a little goes a long way - Give £1, we get £10. Give £20, we get £200!
Find out about our project in Gloucester - 'All Paths Lead to the Hill'.
We need your help to expand our pioneering badger vaccination programme beyond into the wider countryside.
and discover the Hare Festival raising money for Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Find out more about our Geology events at Robinswood Hill
Places to go, things to see & do
WIN is a FREE training and support network for aspiring ecologists and naturalists. This event will be a chance to learn or hone your moth identification skills and learn about the relationship between bats and moths.
Woorgreens nature reserve is in the heart of the Forest of Dean and boasts a wealth of wildlife, from dragonflies and damselflies to grass snake and adder.