The Wilder Future campaign, launched March 2019, is about advocating for political change as well as asking people to take ‘personal’ actions where they live to help put wildlife back on track. The campaign is celebrating success today after Environment Secretary Michael Gove addressed key stakeholders at Kew Gardens yesterday regarding the Environmental Bill, during […]
Over 400,000 people went wild every day this June. The Wildlife Trusts’ annual 30 Days Wild challenge was more popular than ever this year – 400,000 people carried out well over 10 million Random Acts of Wildness over the 30 days of June. Throughout June, we challenge participants to do something wild and enjoy nature […]
South Yorkshire Bat Group have recorded the first female Brandt’s bat for South Yorkshire.
Over 250 people have written to their MPs calling for stronger laws to protect nature through Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust’s ‘Wilder Future’ campaign. Later this year, Parliament will debate a new Environment Bill proposed by the Government to replace the current legislation protecting England’s nature and habitats. As part of our ‘Wilder Sheffield & […]
Bobbing their delicate heads in the breeze, bluebells are a sign that spring is in full flow. For just a few short weeks, breathtaking swathes of bluebells with their heady scent will be enticing you out into our ancient woodlands. Despite their fleeting appearance, native bluebells, with their deep blue flowers and drooping heads, take […]
Wild at Heart – a community project run by Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust – will soon be inspiring even more people to try wildlife gardening at this year’s BBC Gardeners’ World Live Beautiful Borders competition.
Sir David Attenborough, Stephen Fry, Catherine Tate, Alison Steadman and Asim Chaudhry have backed the new campaign from The Wildlife Trusts, including Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust, which calls for a wilder future and for nature’s recovery in the UK.
A nature conservation project aimed at reversing the fortunes of birds of prey in the Peak District National Park has received National Lottery support.
As breeding season for ground-nesting birds fast approaches, Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is asking users of its nature reserves to help protect these species at a time when they are particularly vulnerable by practising responsible dog walking.
A local bicycle recycling firm has teamed up with Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust to make the daily commute greener.