Herefordshire Nature Trust is the largest membership-based wildlife organisation in the area, dedicated to inspiring people about wildlife, acting as a wildlife champion, creating wildlife havens and encouraging sustainable living. The Trust covers the county of Herefordshire and works closely with neighbouring Wildlife Trusts in England and Wales. The Trust is supported by over 3,000 local members and manages 54 nature reserves. We are a member of the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts, a federation of 47 Wildlife Trusts covering the whole of the British Isles, with over 670,000 members and more than 1,900 nature reserves covering 46,000 ha's. We are also members of West Midlands Wildlife Trusts, a jointly owned company formed to promote conservation programmes with the other six Wildlife trusts in the West Midlands region.
Environmental or ecological centre, Association or society
Lower Farm House is open at specific times for events - check the What's On page of their website for full details.
Wildlife Watch Club, Herefordshire
Wildlife Watch groups are for nature exploration, discovery, games and practical activities with other young people. Most groups in Herefordshire meet once a month and have a different theme like minibeasts, badgers, trees, bats or a variety of things.
How to obtain
If you would like to join Wildlife Watch, Herefordshire contact Jo Dainty on email@example.com.
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