Have a wild family summer
Our Wild Child project aims to connect families with the wildlife all around them. This summer, we've created ten FREE Wild Child activity packs to help you explore your local nature reserve.
Caring for wild places in Hertfordshire and Middlesex
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust believe that wildlife should be able to thrive alongside our everyday lives and that everyone is better off when they have access to nature. We are a local conservation charity working to protect wildlife and help people connect with nature. With a team of volunteers we care for wild places so that nature has a place to thrive. We help people experience the wildlife on their doorsteps and to take action to protect it.
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.
Wild Child summer packs available now
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council have launched an updated online resource to help…
St Albans community asked to identify wild spaces for nature to thrive
Through Wilder St Albans, a project led by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, St Albans City and District Council are inviting…
Rare moth at risk of extinction by planned development
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust are calling for a development site in Maple Cross to be protected after the discovery of an…