Help support wildlife during the COVID-19 outbreak
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust has faced many challenges to the way we work due to the COVID-19 pandemic and we currently expect to lose at least £270,000 of our expected income for the year as a direct result of the outbreak. Where we can, we have adapted quickly to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic but we have been obliged to cancel many of the activities needed to fund our work. The impact this is having on our finances is unprecedented. But together, with your support, we can get through this.
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.
The Wildlife Trusts call for nature to be at the heart of economic recovery – not simply an ‘add-on’
The Wildlife Trusts are deeply disappointed by today's Government announcement to spend billions on roads at a time when serious…
How to distinguish swifts, swallows and martins
They are pulling blood-chilling stunts high above the ground. Swifts, swallows, house and sand martins are probably our most acrobatic…
Kick-start nature’s recovery and absorb a third of UK emission
New report from The Wildlife Trusts shows how investing in nature would reap big dividends in tackling climate crisis