Wildlife Watch

If you care about nature and love wildlife, Wildlife Watch is the club for you!  Explore your local wild places, get involved in events and activities and make new friends by becoming a Wildlife Watch Member.

Rainton Meadows Wildlife Watch Group Building a Habitat Pile

Low Barns Wildlife Watch Group

Meeting monthly in Low Barns Nature Reserve near Bishop Auckland, the Low Barns Watch Group are expert species explorers, from identifying hedgehog tracks to knowing their ducks this group have got their wildlife sussed. Join them on their next wild adventure. Low Barns Watch Group Events.

Rainton Meadows Wildlife Watch Group

Pond Dipping Pro’s, our Rainton Meadows Watch Group will have you toadally expert on wetland wildlife in no time. Join the regular sessions for a wildlife experience like no other in Sunderland. Rainton Meadows Watch Group Events.

Lanchester Watch Group

THE place to be if you like exploring the regions wildlife hotspots. Our Lanchester Wildlife Group visits local wildlife sites on a regular basis, finding out all there is to know about each wonderful place and the special creatures who call it home. Lanchester Watch Group Events.

Becoming a Wildlife Watch Member

Wildlife Watch is the junior branch of the Wildlife Trusts. For years Watch has brought children and families closer to nature, inspiring generations of wildlife enthusiasts. Family Members of Durham Wildlife Trust are automatically enrolled onto Wildlife Watch. In addition to the usual Membership Pack, Magazines and Car Sticker, Family Members of Durham Wildlife Trust also receive 4 copies of the Wildlife Watch magazine per year and our Wildlife Watch Explorers Pack, complete with Nature Handbook, Posters, Stickers and Wildlife Watcher Badge! It costs less than you might think too, only £36 for the entire year.

Become a Family Member of Durham Wildlife Trust Today.

Starting a Wildlife Watch Group 

If you think your area deserves it’s own Wildlife Watch group, then let us know! We can help you get started with Watch Leader training, activity plans and top tips to make your new group thrive. You’ll receive full support and planning and we’ll help you recruit group members near you. For more information on starting up a Wildlife Watch group email education@durhamwt.co.uk today.