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  • Go Wild in the Woods this summer

    Friday 17th July, 2015

    a den in Peascroft Wood

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are inviting families to go Wild in the Woods every Wednesday in Peascroft Wood during the summer holidays.

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  • Trust’s new guide promises families a Wild Summer

    Friday 17th July, 2015

    For anyone looking for great ideas for a wild summer, The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country has published the perfect guide.

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  • Trust AGM called for 19th January

    Monday 13th July, 2015

    Our head office

    All members of The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham & the Black Country are encouraged to attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM), which will take place on 19th January, 2015.

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  • Bringing curious minds closer to nature

    Friday 5th June, 2015

    PPL fun day

    Between 6 – 12 June The Wildlife Trusts will be the focus of People’s Postcode Lottery’s ‘Charity of the Week’ celebrations. As one of the Trusts benefitting from their players' generous support, we want to highlight the great work that's going on.

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  • The Big (Bog) Lunch promises a feast for Moseley’s wildlife lovers this year

    Friday 22nd May, 2015

    The big bog lunch

    Local beauty spot Moseley Bog and Joy’s Wood Nature Reserve is hosting a Big Lunch on Sunday 7th June, which promises to be a wild, family-friendly feast.

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  • Primary schools encouraged to get kids to go wild and win a makeover!

    Monday 18th May, 2015

    my wild school competition

    Primary schools across Birmingham and the Black Country have the chance to win superb prizes for getting their kids to go wild every day in June.

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  • Wildlife Trust project uncovers evidence of early Black Country industry on Sedgley Beacon

    Friday 15th May, 2015

    Sedgley Beacon

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country have found exciting new evidence of Sedgley Beacon’s early industrial history.

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  • Spring’s calling early birds to celebrate with a new beer

    Wednesday 29th April, 2015

    Spring Calling beer

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country and local brewery Sacre Brew are giving nature lovers another way to celebrate International Dawn Chorus Day (IDCD) this year. As well as rising at dawn to experience the delights of nature’s choir at one of the guided walks, there is now a Belgian-style ale brewed with chrysanthemum flowers to drink and support The Trust’s work.

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  • Birds have Got Talent is the most exciting show this spring

    Friday 24th April, 2015

    Simon Cowell

    International Dawn Chorus Day (IDCD) has been around a lot longer than the top TV talent shows, but The Wildlife Trust believes it still beats them all as a spectacle.

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  • Peregrine watching at the library – Trust’s guide to wonders of local nature

    Wednesday 8th April, 2015

    peregrine watching

    Celebrate urban wildlife with us from Birmingham’s iconic vantage point this Saturday.

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