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Kent Wildlife Trust
Established in 1958, Kent Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation charity in Kent and Medway. We're online Mon-Fri, 9-5.
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Discover , including their life cycles and habitats and how to identify them in the grounds of Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve at our upcoming Study Day, on Tuesday 18 June
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 18
The woodland floor is home to so much life. This incredible Trumpet Lichen at Pilots Wood is one you can easily miss at 3 cm high. Find out more about our Pilots Wood appeal at
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 16
We're looking for a dynamic and passionate new Communications Assistant to join our team based at Tyland Barn, Maidstone. For full details and how to apply, visit
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 16
Pilots wood has a wonderful display of bluebells- these provide an early source of nectar for bees and other insects.
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 16
Big shout out to our fantastic team working hard today to help Blue Bell Hill Roadside Nature Reserve. You can tune into 's live lunchtime broadcast today to see how they're getting on.
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PaulHadaway May 16
Fantastic volunteer effort at BBH restoring the RNR, watch out for it on the news later! Amazing support from such passionate people
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 16
Do you have a teenager who’d love to learn more about tides and oceans? Join our ‘Guardians of the Deep’ Tide Walk with expert William from Tidal Compass in the May half term. Limited spaces, so book now! 🌊 🐚
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 16
Learn more about and the craft of at our introductory course at Tyland Barn, Sunday 9th June
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 15
Do you love and want to help protect them? Join us on 1st June to learn bird ID and become part of our dedicated team of volunteers monitoring the coast to make a real difference to wildlife. No prior skills needed.
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 14
Just 13% of the UK is woodland and we are desperate to save and extend the woodland area managed for wildlife. You can help Save Pilots Wood this year
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 14
Learn how to identify and classify wild flowers at our Introduction to Wildflowers for Beginners Study Day, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve on 5th June
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 13
Want to help us Roadside Nature Reserve? Join us for one of our volunteer task days next week. Please let us know you'll be joining us via this online form
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 13
Find out how to use foliage to identify trees and shrubs at our up-coming Study Day at Tyland Barn on Saturday 15th June
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 13
Learn more about how prescribing yourself a dose of nature can improve your health & wellbeing. For more information about our Take Root project come along to our coffee morning at Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve on 15th May 10am–1pm.
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 13
Replying to @BrianRumbelow
Fantastic! What a wonderful story to be watching!
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Emma Robertshaw May 13
Terribly excited to meet new orchids in quest: fly, lady, twayblade and early purple - I think - correct me if wrong! 🤞💚 Thanks to for ensuring these precious beauties endure
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Jon Dunn May 13
Now coming into bloom in southern England, Burnt Orchids are on the small side, but reward a closer look. The burnt bit comes from the charred appearance of the tip of the flower spike. Immortalised in their Latin name Neotinea 'ustulata' = slightly burned.
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 13
Stunning photo Jon!
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 12
It is no wonder Trees are so revered in ancient culture; some have been around for millennia.
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Kent Wildlife Trust May 11
Do you love and want to help protect them? Join us on 1st June to learn bird ID and become part of our dedicated team of volunteers monitoring the coast to make a real difference to wildlife. No prior skills needed.
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