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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust
Protecting the wildlife and wild places you love in Sheffield and Rotherham. Donate to our badger vaccination appeal:
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Pete McKee May 16
Discovered we have a new addition to our garden, Tree Bumblebees. They’ve taken up home in our loft. The lad bees are currently busily getting excited about the emergence Queen bee and the prospect of doing What Birds and Bees do naturally.
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 19
Daily contact with nature is linked to better mental health. When we're close to nature every day, our stress levels reduce and we feel happier. Tell us why nature matters to you and we will share it with your MP 👉
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 19
comes to an end today, but the need to look after our brains as well as our bodies never stops. Why not print this out and pin it up in your workplace for some ongoing inspiration
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 18
Start next week on a positive note and take your meetings outside. meetings are wonderful!
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 17
Bathtime! As well as providing food during the breeding season, make sure you provide clean, fresh water for busy adult birds for drinking and bathing. Think of it as a :)
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 17
Want a fun way to get wild in the workplace? Sign up to and bring the outdoors to the office!
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 16
Hey - challenge your class to spend ! Whether you take your class outdoors or bring the wild into your classroom nature can open up new ways of learning and engagement for your pupils. We’ve got some great ideas for you! Sign up now
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 16
NEW TeachWild! session now available for 1&2 Visit a working dairy farm and find out what daily life looks like and get up close with a hands on milking experience with Thanks to players of
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 16
Live or work in Sheffield and Rotherham? Then you're usually within walking distance of one of our reserves! walking month
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 15
The Wildlife Trusts want everyone to have easy access to wild places near to where they live and work. Tell your MP what you want to see in your neighbourhood 🗨️ 👉
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 15
A lovely thread on how nature can help you practice
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BAWC May 15
Peregrine shot dead in Bury. Please RT and encourage anyone with info. to do the right thing.
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Wildscapes CIC May 15
Check out the latest position we are recruiting for!
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Working for Nature May 14
We're about to recruit our future trainees! Come along to one of our recruitment events in June to find out about this amazing opportunity to train with us and gain a conservation qualification.
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 15
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 14
Provide food for hungry birds as they work hard to build nests and rear chicks. Don’t forget to mention us when you buy from as it helps raise funds for us!
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 14
Our laws protecting nature are set to be replaced - but the Government's draft Environment Bill offers weaker protection than we have now! Join our call for a and ask your MP to support a stronger Environment Bill to get nature into recovery
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Stoneface Creative May 12
The Woodland Gallery is open 9:30-3:30 all week to promote come take a stroll in the woods
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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust May 13
Have you got the blues? Find your motivation with an exciting new job working for Wildscapes - a Ecological Community Interest Company which ploughs profits back into looking after local wildlife!
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Mick May 8
These are solitary bees they don’t sting.
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