The otter’s journey from extinction to recovery is one of Essex’s great conservation success stories.
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Drastic declines in insect numbers look set to have far-reaching consequences for both wildlife and people.
4,000 local school children took part in Essex Wildlife Trust’s workshop this year
We give our top tips on how to avoid harming wildlife this bonfire night.
It was back in the 1950s that Ray Marsh and his wife, Rose, first came across Skippers Island, which sits in the Walton Backwaters, in north-east Essex.
Sir David Attenborough, president emeritus of The Wildlife Trusts has made a short film with the charity to provide answers to the State of Nature partnership’s latest warnings of continued,…
The conservation charity is asking members of the public to help record species to celebrate their anniversary
Essex Wildlife Trust is delighted to be supporting c2c Rail with their first first ‘Go Green’ week from 23rd to 29th of September 2019 to help raise awareness around climate change and to share…
Now is the perfect time of the year to visit Essex’s largest heathland.
The Communities Secretary Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP has ordered developers to do more to protect Britain’s cherished wildlife.