Mammal Tracks and Signs Walk (1:00 pm-4:00 pm)

We have planned a cracking route for this ‘Mammal Tracks and Signs’ walk, taking in woodland, hedgerows, brook, and open fields. Join us to help find and map signs of mammals – eyes extra peeled for dormouse nibbled nuts!

Camera Trap Workshop (10:00 am-1:00 pm)

Would you like to help deploy camera traps across the project area, and in particular using our newly designed ‘dormouse tracking stations’? If you are interested in helping undertake some biological recording using this technique then click the heading to find out more.

Mad as a March Hare (5:00 pm-8:00 pm)

Join us at this event to look at typical hare habitat, discuss hare behaviour and ecology and hopefully get the opportunity to see some boxing hares in action.

Wilder Futures Day – A Worcestershire Wildlife Trust Event (10:00 am-2:00 pm)

Run by Worcestershire Wildlife Trust this ‘walk in’ event will inform and inspire us all about nature recovery networks and what the future may hold for our wildlife with the new Environment Act. We’ll be there to talk to people about the county’s mammal populations and what the future may hold, so do come and say hello!

Forest of Dean Camping Trip (1:00 pm-3:00 pm)

Boars, beavers and pine martens... We're just in the middle of planning this trip - but it's going to be a good one! Don't miss out - keep an eye out here. And, if you're a member, we'll send you more details as and when we have them.

Avon Meadows Bat Walk

During late August we will be joining the Friends of Avon Meadows and Worcestershire Bat Group for a walk around avon meadows to survey the bat species on this site in Pershore. Members will get an email with full details nearer the time.

Autumn & Winter Indoor Meetings (7:00 pm-9:30 pm)

From September onwards we will be hosting several indoor talks and workshops, to which all are welcome. Amongst others we will be delving into the world of bones and skeletons with Ric Morris, looking at all things badger with Penny Lewns and dissecting the benefit of owl pellets for recording mammals with our very own Johnny Birks. We will be sending out emails to members nearer the time but do keep an eye on our website for exact dates and details – all welcome!