Protecting wild places in Hertfordshire and Middlesex
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust is the leading voice for wildlife conservation across Hertfordshire and Middlesex. With volunteers, we manage a network of nature reserves covering nearly 2,000 acres, from beautiful wetlands and woodlands to rare patches of heath and orchard. We take practical action every day to help wildlife flourish.
What we're doing
Keep up to date on our work protecting wildlife in Hertfordshire and Middlesex. Follow us on social media and see the latest news below.
Nature is beautiful and delicate, but creating the right conditions for wildlife can seem brutal and destructive. The works are crucial…
Rare bat population found near Stevenage
One of Britain’s largest barbastelle bat populations found near St Paul’s Walden just outside Stevenage.
Every year, non-native invasive species are estimated to cost the UK economy £1.7bn. They can pose a risk to our native wildlife and are…