Derbyshire Wildlife Trust fears the Government is not focusing enough on existing protected areas following today’s (Thursday 24th June) announcement about improving the management of National…
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Below is the response from Chatsworth Estate CEO to our open letter together with our reply. We’d like to see more done.
In response to our members' concerns about netting of bird nesting sites at Chatsworth House and Estate we have sent the following open letter.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s Hilton gravel pits is one of the Trust’s most important reserves for birds, fish, insects and amphibians and is being revived thanks to a generous £15,000 Biffa Award…
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has revealed ambitious plans to create a home ready for a family of beavers to move in hopefully by the end of the year.
High speed rail plans risk devastating environmental damage.
The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust will soon commence work at their Wyver Lane nature reserve to help restore the habitat on site which is part of the ‘Saving Derbyshire’s Wet Grasslands’ project.