The Wildlife Trust has projects and activities all across Birmingham and the Black Country. here are a selection of our our activities.
Biodiversity - we host the coordinator for the Birmingham and Black Country Biodiversity Partnership.
Campaigns - helping local people to stand up for their local wildlife.
Conservation Projects - from surveying ancient woodlands to to protecting scarce species, we are constantly working for wildlife.
EcoRecord - the biological record centre for Birmingham and the Black Country.
Education - promoting the understanding and appreciation of wildlife and the environment with people of all ages, from pre-school to the third age.
Environment Centres - we have three environmental education centres used by schools and communities.
Forest Schools - building confidence and skills for young people in a woodland setting.
Friends Groups - supporting and advising community groups who look after their local wildlife sites.
Greener Futures - working with Future Housing to promote volunteering in the natural environment.
Living Landscapes - working to make Birmingham and the Black Country an even better place for people and wildlife.
Nature Reserves - we have nature reserves across Birmingham and the Black Country.
Outdoor Learning - introducing young people to the natural world.
Valueing Ecosystem Services - innovative work that is showing just how much impact our work for wildlife has to support social and economic regeneration.
Volunteers - how you can help look after local wildlife.
Wetland Restoration - creating and managing wildlife habitats.