Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

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Explore, discover, and be amazed by taking part in events and activities with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.

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Explore, discover, and be amazed

Are you an adventurer? With Wildlife Watch in Nottinghamshire, you can explore nature, discover hidden worlds and be amazed by local wildlife.

From cool Wildlife Watch Groups, to fantastic activity sessions at Attenborough Nature Centre and Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre – you can have many wild adventures with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.

If you live in Nottinghamshire and want to take part in Wildlife Watch, then why not join in today!

About Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

We care for over 70 nature reserves across the county, including a mixture of valuable wildlife habitats ranging from beautiful wildflower meadows to splendid ancient woodlands. We engage the local community through events, education and volunteering opportunities and seek to ensure our county is a healthy and wildlife rich place to live.



Working with schools and local communities

We have an extensive education and community programme which promotes learning for life. Much of our work with schools takes place on our nature reserves, and we have dedicated facilities at three main venues in the County: Attenborough Nature Centre, in the south, and The Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre and Cottam Environmental Education Centre (in partnership with EDF Energy) in north Nottinghamshire.


We also deliver sessions in schools and can advise schools on improving their grounds for wildlife, play and study. We are very keen to link schools with nature reserves in their vicinity. Our experienced education team delivers a formal education programme encompassing all age groups. We also provide adult training and teacher inset days.

Wildlife Watch Groups in Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire has an active Wildlife Watch network, with seven Groups across the County run by over 40 dedicated leaders and helpers. For more information on our education and community work please visit our website where you can find contact details for our Centres, see our What’s On Events Guide and details of our Wildlife Watch Groups.

Contact

For more information on Wildlife Watch in Nottinghamshire please contact the Watch Organiser, Lynn Victor: email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Tel 0115 958 8242.