Coronavirus Update

COVID-19/Coronavirus Update

King's Meads at Sunset © Steve Kenny | Birds Eye Studios

In order to protect our supporters, volunteers and staff we have taken the decision to implement the following physical distancing measures.

Updated 6 May 2020

Nature Reserves

Wild places are important for our physical and mental wellbeing, particularly at times of stress. Most of our nature reserves, except Lemsford Springs and Tewin Orchard, remain open but all hides will be closed to the public. Please do not drive to our nature reserves; they should only be visited on foot or by bicycle as part of your one form of daily exercise, in line with Government guidelines. If you do intend to visit a reserve please make sure you do it safely and adhere to Government advice and physical distancing regulations. 


All events have been cancelled until the end of June, including those organised by our local groups and badger watching. We will get in touch with everyone who has booked on one of our events and we will offer refunds where relevant.


All volunteering activities will cease until the end of June. We will get in touch with our volunteers with more information.

Conservation work

As long as we're safely able to do so, we will continue to work for wildlife in Hertfordshire and Middlesex. We are still working for wildlife, but over the coming weeks that work will look a little different. Our office staff are working remotely until further notice and our office is closed. If you need to get in touch with us, the best way is via email. Find the right person to contact here.  

Fundraising and Membership

We have ceased all face-to-face membership recruitment and fundraising activities. You can still support the Trust by donating online or by joining as a member. 

Wild At Home

When you can't come to wildlife, wildlife needs to come to you. We've launched #WildAtHome to help you discover and enjoy wildlife in your garden and on your doorstep. Sign up to our e-news for weekly inspiration and activities straight to your inbox and find more information and all resources here

Help us to continue protecting wild places


Frogmore Meadows (c) Josh Kubale