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Category: Reserves

Bluebells at Moss Valley by Amy Hattersley

Restoring habitats for wildlife at Long Wood, Moss Valley

Thanks to Viridor Credits, Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust have been able to improve the habitat in Long Wood for wildflowers, insects, birds – and people –  throughout our Moss Valley Woodlands Nature Reserve. The Trust has identified a loss of wildflowers such as bluebells and wood anemones at the wonderful nature reserve of Moss […]

Walkers and their dogs enjoying nature at Wyming Brook, © Helena Dolby

Please do not disturb!

We all know that wildlife is in trouble, but you may not know that simply by keeping our dogs on a lead at this critical time of year we can help protect endangered species. Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust are thrilled that so many people are re-connecting with nature across the region, including at nature […]

Fox Hagg Landscapes by Rob Miller

Damage to local nature reserve threatens wildlife

A local nature reserve managed by Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust has unfortunately been subject to vandalism and illicit trail digging for the use of mounting biking. As a small charity with a team of dedicated members and volunteers the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust work hard to maintain and protect the beautiful but vulnerable habitats across South Yorkshire.

Restoring Greno Woods’ ancient woodland

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.

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