Our Wild Work
The landscape of Birmingham and the Black Country has a rich social, economic and natural heritage shaped by a complex history of rural, industrial, and more recent suburban and commercial land use. The wildlife is as varied and valuable as that of any other part of the United Kingdom.
The rare and the special are here, from scarce mammals like water voles and polecats to dragonflies and kingfishers, plus a huge variety of plant life, as documented in the trailblazing book ‘Flora of Birmingham and the Black Country’. Adding spice to this is an astounding mix of species reflecting the many peoples and trades that have come here from around the world – for example plants grown from Argentinian seeds, and African parakeets.
In line with our mission to see Birmingham and the Black Country internationally recognised for the quality and quantity of its wildlife within a generation our work has developed along these themes:
An Evening with Award-Winning Photographer, Verity Milligan
The Joy of Local: An Evening with Award-Winning Photographer, Verity Milligan
Finance Officer (part-time)
The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country is looking for an experienced Finance Officer to work within our Resources…
Do you have experience delivering training in conservation?
Can you inspire young people from disadvantaged backgrounds?