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StaffsWildlife 16m
Why not come and try our 'Slimy Trail' this half-term? A great activity to keep your young ones busy! The theme is slugs and snails! As usual it's just £2 a go and all completed trails win a prize. The trail takes place between 27th October and 4th November between 10am-4.30pm
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Did you know you can help raise money for us by shopping online via easyfundraising? Join easyfundraising and you can collect free donations for us every time you buy something online. It won't cost you a penny extra so please help us to raise funds
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We need volunteers to help us with the running of our Rugeley charity shop. Can you spare some time each week to help? Email rugeleyshop@staffs-wildlife.org.uk or call into the shop.
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StaffsWildlife Oct 20
We've got some spooktacular Halloween events coming up at our Wolseley Centre HQ!
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StaffsWildlife Oct 19
You can now help support our charity while shopping on Amazon via Amazon Smile! 😀 Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price of eligible purchases to the charitable organisation of your choice. Select our charity here
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The Wildlife Trusts Oct 18
Everyone should have the opportunity to experience the joy of wildlife in their daily lives
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StaffsWildlife Oct 19
Unfortunately our Wildfamilies Discover Wood craft at The Wolseley Centre on Sunday has been cancelled. Please check our online What's on for upcoming events.
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StaffsWildlife Oct 19
Remember to give us a follow on our new account!
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StaffsWildlife Oct 19
Book your place now to see the film 'A Plastic Ocean' on Monday 29th October at the Memorial Hall, Great Haywood. The event has been organised as part of the 'Plastic Free Colwich Parish."
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StaffsWildlife Oct 17
We've seen plenty of small copper butterflies this year. The colours on this picture by are really beautiful!
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StaffsWildlife Oct 19
"So, I thought I was taller than this!" Pictures of the cormorant spotted at our Wolseley Centre HQ this week. Pics by David Lowe.
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StaffsWildlife Oct 19
🍂 Ahhh Autumn! 🍂 Our Wolseley Centre HQ looking resplendent this week. Pic by Paul Sutton.
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StaffsWildlife Oct 19
We've completed our badger vaccination for 2018! We're calling on the government to invest in badger vaccination – a more effective and cheaper alternative to the flawed badger cull.
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David Emley Oct 18
Magpies, 30+ of them, holding their AGM in the tree behind us. What a racket! They do this around this time every year.
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StaffsWildlife Oct 19
And we think heading into the great outdoors is an even better way to spend your time! Our Trust runs dozens of events each month designed at getting youngsters closer to nature. Check them out, here -
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StaffsWildlife Oct 18
This gorgeous greenfinch was spotted at our Wolseley Centre HQ by Jeff Hardwick.
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StaffsWildlife Oct 18
🍃🍂 We've got plenty coming up in the Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme area this autumn to keep youngsters busy! 🍃🍂
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StaffsWildlife Oct 18
😍Our smallest bird, goldcrests can be spotted in conifer woodlands and parks across the UK. Although it is our smallest songbird, it can lay up to 12 eggs in a clutch, which is about one and a half times the adult female's bodyweight.
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StaffsWildlife Oct 18
Trust receives funding to deliver Forest School sessions in Stoke-on-Trent!
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StaffsWildlife Oct 18
Living up to its name, the Shoveler has a large and distinctive shovel-like bill which it uses to feed at the surface of the water. It breeds in small numbers in the UK, but is widespread in winter. Patrick Salt saw this one at Doxey Marshes nature reserve,in Stafford, recently!
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