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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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  • Tree day gives Bilstonians the opportunity to plant for the future

    Friday 13th March, 2015

    Volunteer tree planting

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are inviting people along to a special tree planting event in Peascroft Wood on Sunday 22nd March.

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  • What is our natural landscape worth to us?

    Tuesday 10th March, 2015

    The Common poster

    Five conversations - one play – The Common comes to Kings Heath, 17th March.

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  • A Wild Life is a Better Life – all the evidence is there

    Monday 2nd March, 2015

    Anne Brookes, my sanctuary

    Sir David Attenborough highlights why the natural world is so important to us all.

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  • Winter work paying off at Peascroft Wood

    Monday 16th February, 2015

    Peascroft Wood - photo by Alison Wilkes

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country’s staff and volunteers have been hard at work transforming Peascroft Wood in Bilston and are inviting locals to see the results this month.

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  • Beacon buzzing with activity

    Friday 13th February, 2015

    Sedgley Beacon

    Sedgley Beacon will be springing to life this year thanks to local volunteers working with The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country.

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