Wildlife Watch

Wildlife Watch is an exciting way to get children outdoors and exploring their surroundings


Wildlife Watch is the junior branch of The Wildlife Trusts, open to children from 5 – 14. It is an exciting way for children to explore their surroundings and get closer to the wildlife they share it with.


Wildlife Watch members receive:

  1. A welcome pack with their Wildlife Watch membership card, The Wildlife Watcher’s handbook full of pictures, facts, places for notes and information on how to help the environment, a badge, stickers, posters and the latest Wildlife Watch magazine
  2. The Wildlife Watch magazine 4 times a year, packed with amazing pictures, puzzles, competitions and a fantastic free wildlife poster with each issue.
  3. Gloucestershire Wildlife Watchers own quarterly competition with the chance to win great prizes.

Enrol a child as a Wildlife Watcher, or find out more.

Watch groups

If you care about nature and the environment and want to explore your local wildlife even more – Wildlife Watch Groups are the way to do it!

From pond dipping to bug hunts, natural crafts to bird watching, Watch Groups offer Wildlife Watchers the chance to get stuck into loads of different environmental activities.

Contact us

We currently have 2 Watch groups – in Saul, and Newent.

Contact our Education Programme Manager Stevie Edge McKee on 01452 383333 or email stevie.edge-mckee@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk for more information


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