A fun pond dipping session for all the family Enjoy a walk around the nature reserve on this weeks nature trail. All ages are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. Cost shown is a recommended donation per child. Advance booking essential.
Do you struggle to think of a Christmas present for family, friends or work colleagues? Essex Wildlife Trust has come up with something different ‘Give a Gift for Wildlife’. The recipient will receive a special gift certificate and you will both be invited to a special guided walk in 2011 to see the wildlife your
On Tuesday 26th October, Residents and Volunteers turned up at the Mendip Wildlife Garden to help with the planting, guided by the Essex Wildlife Trust – many of the visitors didn’t know of the gardens existence until a few days ago. People were pleasantly surprised and amazed at the amount of work that had been
Essex Wildlife Trust needs volunteers to help protect Avocet Eggs Following the fantastic success in previous years, when Avocet chicks have successfully hatched on Two Tree Island, Essex Wildlife Trust is once again looking for volunteers to assist them. In 2004 and 2005 eggs were stolen just two days prior to hatching. Since 2006 Essex
Essex Wildlife Trust is determined to raise funds to buy Tile Wood a superb ancient woodland in South Essex. They need to raise £50,000. Tile Wood is over 1,000 years old and one of the earliest ancient woodlands to be recorded in Essex. It nestles between Pound Wood and Little Haven, both Essex Wildlife Trust
On the evening of 14 August, Glen and I joined members of the Essex Wildlife Trust for the annual Little Egret Roost Watch. By the time we arrived at the viewing point on Two Tree Island there was already a good crowd of people. Â Binoculars and scopes were on hand and it was amazing
Following the fantastic success of previous years when Avocet chicks have successfully hatched on Two Tree Island, Essex Wildlife Trust are pleased to report that with the support of over 70 volunteers this year has again been a success with the hatching of 20 chicks. In 2004 and 2005 eggs were stolen just two days