Update on the Pilot Culls
Monday 3rd March, 2014
The Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, announced on 26 January 2013 that pilot badger culls would go ahead in Somerset and Gloucestershire in the summer of 2013.
Badgers and bovine TB: Why the Government’s policy needs to change
Monday 24th February, 2014
Badger culling should be dropped from Government plans and priority given to a strategic vaccination programme.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Friday 21st February, 2014
The world renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition is once again returning to Bristol and will be open to visitors until 23 February.
Families make boxes for bird families
Monday 10th February, 2014
Children will be building bird boxes at M Shed this February half-term with Avon Wildlife Trust, in time for the nesting season.
Call for green-fingered volunteers at Feed Folly wildlife gardening project
Friday 7th February, 2014
We are calling on volunteers to join a wildlife-friendly gardening project at Folly Farm Centre in the Chew Valley.
Join Us Today!
Tuesday 21st January, 2014
'Skint January’ is almost at an end and the first pay checks are rolling in, so now’s the time to join Avon Wildlife Trust!
Time to restore nature’s flood defences
Friday 17th January, 2014
Call for Government to invest in natural solutions.
Introducing for 2014: A Year in the Life of Portbury Wharf
Tuesday 7th January, 2014
Located on the land between Portishead and Royal Portbury Dock,Portbury Wharf is a haven for wetland birds and wildlife.
South West celebrates success in conserving endangered crayfish
Thursday 19th December, 2013
The South West Crayfish Project, led by Buglife, Avon Wildlife Trust, Bristol Zoo Gardens and the Environment Agency is celebrating moving over 4,000 endangered white-clawed crayfish to safe haven ‘Ark sites’.
Geoffroy's Bat Makes a Surprise Appearance
Monday 9th December, 2013
Although the city of Bath is known to attract tourists from across the globe, no one could have expected a visit from a lone Geoffroy's bat.