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Staffordshire Wildlife Trust has been working to protect the wildlife and wild places where you live for over 40 years.
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StaffsWildlife 3h
An unusual sighting of a pochard here at Wolseley. Thanks to Kim Bailey for this pic.
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StaffsWildlife 16h
Come and make a beautiful nature inspired floral table decoration for Mother's Day! We're running sessions on Thursday 8th March and Saturday 10th March
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StaffsWildlife 20h
Our Bags of Help grant bid is aiming to restore damaged areas at our Gentleshaw Common nature reserve. Please vote for us!
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StaffsWildlife Feb 24
A hawfinch spotted at Biddulph Grange by Michael Sveikutis
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
❄❄❄ Get ready for the next week! ❄❄❄
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
Lots of fun was had at our Wildlings session today at Wolseley!
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
Take a read of the 's nature technical report - an in-depth analysis of the state of nature around the county
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
The Heritage Lottery Fund want to hear from you about how they should direct their funding over the next 5years - The support our Wildlife Trust has received from the Heritage Lottery Fund has been transformational
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
Why not consider donating your old £10 notes to our Trust?
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Nick Mott Feb 23
Tufa petrifying spring in the Weaver Hills, Staffs. An EU Priority Habitat. Ongoing study of inverts and flora by
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South West Peak Feb 23
A fantastic and productive day for Slowing The Flow on the Black Brook Nature Reserve in the . Volunteers help with preparing timber for leaky dams
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
😀 For regular visitors at The Wolseley Centre, you'll know Snowy the duck hasn't been seen for quite a while, which had us worried. Well, we had a nice surprise this morning when we came into work and saw him swimming happily along with his mates! 😀
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
Take advantage of our special Gift Membership Offer, and she'll receive a box of delicious handmade chocolates from Peak District chocolatier
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
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We hope you can take part Felicity! Thank you :)
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Julian Woolford Feb 22
Please take part if you have a spare moment! Important we celebrate all that's great about Staffordshire's wildlife and wild places
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
It's our first ever on Wednesday 14th March between 9pm-10pm and we'd love for you, your business or group to take part!
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Sussex Wildlife Trust Feb 22
Hands up if you're ready for the weekend 🐸
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StaffsWildlife Feb 23
We still have four places left on today's Campfire Cooking session at The Wolseley Centre! This special session for all the family aims to teach the basics of campfire cooking in a fun environment. Book online here!
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