Worcestershire Wildlife Trust looks after over 70 nature reserves. To learn more about places to see wildlife in Worcestershire please click here
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is the county's leading conservation charity. We welcome over 4000 schoolchildren to our reserves each year and run a wide range of Watch groups, out of school clubs, holiday clubs and other family-orientated events.
Our education programme offers sessions from Key Stage 1 right through to 'A' Levels. We have a fully-equipped education centre at Lower Smite Farm and also have a range of reserves to enable students to have first-hand practical experience of their subjects.
Wildlife Watch groups
We have two Watch groups and children involved in these take part in everything from dissecting owl pellets and building shelters and campfires to discovering how to track animals and work towards awards. A similar membership for schools, Wild Ideas, is available.
Events for families and children
Events for families and children are run during school holidays with themes as diverse as fairy tales and wildlife gardening to pond dipping and bug hunting. Why not come along and join in the fun?