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HS2 – new report reveals exorbitant cost to nature
A new report published by The Wildlife Trusts today reveals, for the first time, the vast scale of the destruction and impact that HS2 will cause to nature.
New nest boxes make the Trust's head office a home for swifts
The Trust has installed four swift boxes at its head office Grebe House in St Albans.
Local hedgehog events raise awareness and funds for wildlife
A partnership project between the Trust and Harpenden-based Hornbeam Wood Hedgehog Sanctuary has raised more than £1,300 for wildlife and helped spread awareness about the risks facing hedgehogs.
Harvest Festival raises over £4,500 for wildlife
More than 1,000 people came together at Tewin Cricket Pitch on Sunday to celebrate the apple harvest at Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s annual Apple Day, raising over £4,500 for wildlife.
Rare bat population found near Stevenage
One of Britain’s largest barbastelle bat populations found near St Paul’s Walden just outside Stevenage.
Hundreds gather to celebrate Hertfordshire’s wildlife
Despite the wet weather, the Festival of Wildlife attracted almost 2,000 people to Panshanger Park to discover and celebrate wildlife.
Council is taking swift action for wildlife
New Stevenage neighbourhood nature plan will see new homes for endangered swifts.
River restoration brings residents closer to wildlife
A partnership project between Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust and the Wild Trout Trust has restored river habitat along the River Lea in Wheathampstead for the benefit of wildlife and the local community.
Nationally rare habitats get funding boost for restoration
Thanks to a generous funding boost from the Environment Agency, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust is able to undertake a large-scale restoration project to improve and conserve a number of nationally rare habitats such as fen meadows and wet woodland at Fir & Pond Woods Nature Reserve.
Hertfordshire and Middlesex are getting ready to go wild
Herts and Middlesex residents are asked to do something wild each day for one month to reconnect with nature.
Tony Juniper urges Herts residents to stand up for a Wilder Future
Famous environmentalist encourages us to help save Britain’s wildlife.
Badger, Ratty, Mole and Toad strike out for a Wilder Future
Stars speak up for wildlife in new film trailer hitting cinemas this weekend