Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust will be supporting Operation Owl this September as part of our ongoing birds of prey campaign.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust were delighted to hear the news that Natural England have paused the issuing of a badger cull licence in Derbyshire. Unfortunately however, the cull is going to expand again this year to 11 new areas.
After each meeting of the Strategy Steering Group, we will be uploading to this web page the
presentations and documents that were discussed at the meetings.
The Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust will be collaborating with Remember a Charity Week, 9 – 15 September. Remember A Charity Week brings together over 200 charities to encourage everyone to consider leaving a gift to charity in their Will. Everyone should write a will. It is the only way to ensure that what you […]
UK wildlife charities have teamed up with England’s government advisor on natural environment to persuade local councils and landowners to help save our pollinators. At the first event of its kind, local authorities and other organisations will be asked to change the way they manage road verges, roundabouts and other valuable grassland habitats to benefit […]
Following on from our recent open letter to South Yorkshire Police about their approach to tackling Wildlife Crime, we have received several encouraging replies from Chief Inspector Mark James, who is the Force Lead for Wildlife and Rural Crime.
The Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust are celebrating the end to a special community project. Over the past four weeks the Trust’s Outdoor Learning team have instructed and worked alongside a group of 11-15 year old Roma boys, in Eastwood Village, Rotherham, to redevelop the playground at their community centre.
As part of our National Lottery Heritage Funded project, Data for Nature, six Great Crested Newt surveys were undertaken over a three month period at Woodhouse Washlands.
This autumn, Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust will be carrying out restoration work to ancient woodland at Greno Woods nature reserve as part of a long-term management plan which aims to bring about a gradual shift towards the re-establishment of native broadleaf to the north and east of the site, providing a range of benefits to wildlife, people and the landscape.
Following a meeting to discuss tackling Wildlife Crime in South Yorkshire, the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust and RSPB have penned an open letter to South Yorkshire Police Chief Constable Stephen Watson detailing the main points and agreed actions and outcomes of the meeting.