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Wildlife needs YOU!
Sign up to our E-Bulletin this Spring and download your FREE Wild About Gardens, Big or Small, Ponds for ALL Guide, in conjunction with The Royal Horticulture Society and the Wildlife Trusts!
We are looking for friendly, independent and self-motivated people of all ages to work with us and encourage members of the public to…
Wildlife Watch - Nature's artists
Come and be inspired by the patterns, forms and structures of nature, then create your own artwork using natural materials!
Wildlife Watch - Doe, a deer, a female deer
Find out about the deer of Britain and which ones you may see in and around Wolverhampton.
Look out for a common lizard basking in the warm sun as you wander around heathlands, moorlands and grasslands. You might even be lucky…
The sand lizard is extremely rare due to the loss of its sandy heath and dune habitats. Reintroduction programmes have helped establish…
The bright blue, trumpet-shaped flowers of the marsh gentian contrast deeply with the pinks and purples of the wet heaths it inhabits.…