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Latest News & Updates
We're fundraising to repair Moseley Bog and Joy's Wood's paths and boardwalk, to protect its precious wildlife and enable visitors to continue to enjoy its unique beauty.
In the first of a three-year partnership, international legal firm Hogan Lovells have raised over £19,000 through employee fundraising initiatives.
Almost 30,000 school children from disadvantaged areas are set to enjoy classes in nature this spring in a ground-breaking outdoor learning project spearheaded by The Wildlife Trusts.
We are working in partnership with the Naturally Birmingham Future Parks Accelerator Programme and the local community to fundraise for the Dawberry Fields Reptile Project.
Co-op members can help us run after-school wildlife clubs with every purchase of co-op branded goods!
You can help Salmon in the Stour win Ecover’s Fertilise the Future, showing Ecover’s judges that the urban Black Country is the ‘People’s Choice’!
In our Spring 2020 member magazine we interviewed The Mayor of Dudley, Councillor David Stanley about his passion for wildlife and why he had chosen the Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust…
Nature Friendly Schools has had a momentous first year with 31 primary schools across Birmingham and the Black Country being accepted onto the programme.
The number of new homes planned in the Black Country presents a real threat to wildlife and wild places - we're planning to avoid this.