Naze Education and Visitor Centre
Friday 7th March, 2014
Essex Wildlife Trust is delighted to have secured £1.145m in funding from the Government’s Coastal Communities Fund, to enable the Naze Education and Visitor Centre to be built at Walton on the Naze.
Essex Rivers Hub Website
Tuesday 11th February, 2014
A new interactive website has been launched to help people discover, enjoy, value, get involved and improve their local rivers to get the most from the water environment.
Monday 10th February, 2014
Essex Wildlife Trust volunteer Peter Bowden's remarkable picture of a murmuration of Starlings, taken in October at Layer Breton Causeway, Abberton Reservoir.
Important conservation work to take place in Grays Gorge, Chafford Gorges Nature Park
Tuesday 4th February, 2014
Essex Wildlife Trust will start important conservation work in February, to benefit valuable wildlife in Chafford Gorges.
Conservation Volunteer Day Sat 1st March
Monday 20th January, 2014
Would you like to volunteer with Essex Wildlife Trust? Come along to our information day and find out how you can get involved with our range surveys. Tea, coffee and lunch will be provided.
Adopt a Species
Thursday 2nd January, 2014
Help save today’s wildlife for tomorrow – with some new species and old favourites! A fantastic gift for you, friends or family. Please support the conservation work of Essex Wildlife Trust by adopting one of your county’s special species.
New Year Walks
Monday 30th December, 2013
Why not make a healthy start to 2014 and join us for a guided walk.
Christmas Opening Hours
Friday 20th December, 2013
Thursday 19th December, 2013
Essex Wildlife Trust is working in collaboration with the University Of Essex, on research to examine the effectiveness of Defra’s (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) proposed metric for biodiversity offsetting, following the Government’s publication of its green paper on the subject.
Thursday 12th December, 2013
Essex Wildlife Trust is working in partnership with Epping Forest District Council and the Bat Conservation Trust, to develop mapping layers that will help planners identify valuable sites for wildlife.