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The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are celebrating World Bee Day by creating a buzz with Bullring & Grand Central.
On Monday 20th May the Trust team of Bee-…
One of the key areas of change when we leave the EU is the protection of wildlife and natural habitats, which includes supporting farmers and landowners who carry out conservation work. That…
Today the Wildlife Trust submitted our response to a planning application for a residential development in Saltwells Local Nature Reserve.
We are opposed to the development as this lies…
Birmingham is a city built on its civic voice and civic pride. The Victorians left us what is now seen as one of Europe’s greenest cities, with 571 parks it is…
Birmingham and Black Country's 586 Local Wildlife Sites covering 4778ha are at risk of future development. #ActSwiftly to save our local wildlife.
Our second most popular web page is on foxes - so we've gathered fascinating facts, myths and advice on these clever creatures.
Tomorrow it is
National Poetry Day
Best Wild Haiku – PRIZE!
at 5 tomorrow, could win
THEME: The Wildlife of Birmingham and…