Durham Wildlife Trust hosts a wide range of events each month catering for all ages, abilities and wildlife interests. Browse our selection of upcoming events below and get involved.
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During this 35 minute online event, Trustee Michael Coates will take you through a presentation covering The basics of Odonata physiology and life cycle Where to see them in the DWT region (once you can[...]
Take in the early morning air and discover the unique sounds of Low Barns in spring with naturalist Keith Bowey followed by breakfast in the coffee shop. £25 Early Bird if booked before 12th April,[...]
The nature club for kids! Butterflies and Moths of Hedlehope fell with Dave Wainwright (Butterfly Conservation) – green hairstreak survey and using moth pheromone traps. Please book online, tickets £1 plus 50p per additional child,[...]
This group is for young wildlife enthusiasts (10-13 yrs) who want to develop practical survey and conservation skills. There is no cost for this group as young people will be volunteers helping to look after[...]
This monthly group is for teenagers 14-18yrs who care about the environment, don’t mind getting their hands dirty and want to develop practical conservation and species survey skills. There is no charge as young people[...]
Do you know the difference between a dragonfly and a damselfly? If you do then you know more than most people! However, can you identify these two damselflies, which while they look very similar are[...]
The nature club for kids! Big Beach day with the MCS, rock pooling, litter pick and seaweed survey – location TBC Please book online, tickets £1 plus 50p per additional child. For more information please[...]
We love butterflies. They’re vibrant, eye-catching additions to our gardens, but so much more than that. They are helpful pollinators. Our Wildathon has a special butterfly theme for 2020 and will leave you with practical[...]