Prize winners of a photography competition celebrating the beauty and wildlife of Weardale have been announced.
The ‘Views of Weardale’ competiti... Read More >>
... and A Little Help from Our Swedish Friend, by Kirsty Pollard - Heart of Durham Conservation Officer
If someone asked you what is the most comm... Read More >>
2020 was due to be the 3rd annual Run Rainton, a 5k fun run around Durham Wildlife Trust's flagship nature reserve, Rainton Meadows.
In its first t... Read More >>
I was delighted to start in the role of Chief Executive of The Wildlife Trusts this spring (even if it was in rather odd circumstances given the Covid... Read More >>
Botany Group Blog - June 2020
The reserve is open and in order to support social distancing you have to walk one way around the main lake. No acces... Read More >>
On behalf of the Wear Catchment Partnership, Durham Wildlife Trust is carrying out a consultation on what people think about the woods, parks, ... Read More >>
We are delighted to report that this year’s emergence of the small pearl-bordered fritillary butterflies (SPBF) has occurred. These small and delica... Read More >>
by Rachel Richards, Wilderness Ranger
Barnard Castle, or Barney as it is known locally, is a beautiful market town set on the banks of the River Te... Read More >>
by Mark Dinning, Head of Conservation
Recently the Trust was contacted by Don, a Durham Wildlife Trust member and regular visitor to the Trust’s ... Read More >>
We are welcoming visitors across the Durham Wildlife Trust area with many people now enjoying visits to our natures reserves. All sites are accessible... Read More >>