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Festival of Wildlife 2015 launched at photography exhibition
Friday 24th July, 2015
The second annual Festival of Wildlife was launched with a VIP photo exhibition event at Verulamium Museum in St Albans
Have your say on EU protection for wildlife
Tuesday 21st July, 2015
EU legislation protecting important wildlife species and habitats in the UK and Europe is under threat.
Trust responds to Airport's Commission report
Monday 6th July, 2015
Heathrow Airport expansion plans fail to show that they will protect and enhance wildlife
Otters filmed in Stort Valley
Monday 29th June, 2015
In May and June our trail cam captured otter activity in the Stort Valley. You can watch the footage below.
Water voles reintroduced at Thorley Wash
Thursday 11th June, 2015
Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s nature reserve at Thorley Wash is now home to over 160 endangered water voles as part of an ambitious project to reintroduce water voles into the river Stort.
Chalk Grassland Butterflies
Wednesday 10th June, 2015
Among the 59 species of butterfly recognised as native to Britain, a number are particularly specialised to the habitat in which they live.
Stevenage plays host to a wonderful Wild Woods Day!
Monday 18th May, 2015
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s annual Wild Woods Day came to Monks Wood and Whomerley Wood, right in the heart of Stevenage, last Saturday.
Orchids and Meadows This May
Monday 11th May, 2015
As spring warms into summer and more insects emerge, our hedgerows, verges and meadows burst with blossom taking advantage of the sunshine and pollinators. A whole host of different flowers emerge from Cowslips and Lady’s Smock to Pink Campion, Meadow Sweet and Orchids.
Feel better outdoors
Friday 1st May, 2015
New self guided walks at Hertfordshire nature reserves
Otter filmed in East Herts!
Friday 17th April, 2015
Otter activity has been caught on film by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust in the Lea Valley