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  • New group starts up for South Birmingham’s nature lovers

    Tuesday 7th October, 2014

    This Friday sees the launch of a new group in South Birmingham for nature lovers to get together for talks, walks and social events.

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  • New Chief Executive takes the reins at Wildlife Trust

    Tuesday 23rd September, 2014

    New Chief Executive Georgia Stokes

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country’s new Chief Executive takes over next week and cannot wait to get started with the challenge of taking forward The Trust’s ambitious plans.

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  • Counting the cost: Thieves break in to EcoPark

    Monday 15th September, 2014

    We are today counting the cost after thieves broke in to our EcoPark environment centre in Small Heath.

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  • Sandwell’s urban nature lovers can enjoy more magical meadows

    Monday 4th August, 2014

    Wildflower Meadow photo by Su James

    Five sites in Sandwell are set to be transformed into idyllic wildflower meadows, rich with orchids and other rare species this week.

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  • Moseley Bog’s beautiful wildlife comes top in list of 50 hidden gems

    Wednesday 30th July, 2014

    A tour round Moseley Bog

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are delighted that their Moseley Bog & Joy’s Wood Nature Reserve has been voted first in a list of 50 hidden gems.

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  • Beacon of hope for a wildlife-rich future

    Monday 14th July, 2014

    Ground being prepared for creating a meadow

    Towering over the Black Country, Sedgley Beacon has long been a landmark site, but now a new partnership project will enhance its wildlife and historical value for generations to come.

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  • The taste of summer is doubly satisfying for nature lovers

    Monday 14th July, 2014

    Celebrating the launch of our beer

    Coming to a pub near you is a new ale called Yellow Rattle that will not only quench your thirst, but make you feel good about helping local wildlife at the same time.

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  • More magical meadows will bring joy to urban nature lovers

    Thursday 3rd July, 2014

    Moving hay to create meadows

    This summer, The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country will create a whole host of new idyllic wildflower meadows, rich with orchids and other rare species, across the conurbation.

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  • Disappointment at lack of ambition

    Wednesday 18th June, 2014

    Lost opportunity for rail plan to bolster nature’s recovery.

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  • Magical meadows are this summer’s 'must-see'

    Wednesday 4th June, 2014

    Kitchen Lane orchids, Ian Trueman

    97% of our wildflower meadows may have been lost, but these magnificent places are still present, even in urban areas, so The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country is encouraging people to get out and see them in June when they’re at their best.

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