Surrey Wildlife Trust

Staying wild during lockdown

Activities, online talks and other resources to help you connect with nature during lockdown

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I've supported the Wildlife Trusts for the last 55 years. They are bringing wildlife back and restoring the natural world we love so much. Please support them as much as you can
Sir David Attenborough

Explorers at Home

Book your place on our FREE online children's nature club - every Thursday at 4pm

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© David Tipling/2020VISION

What's happening now

Wildlife campaigns, news and views on the issues we care about

Things to do this month

Bumble bee

© Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography


Say no to neonics!

On 8th January the UK Government took a decision to allow farmers to treat sugar beet seed with the banned neonicotinoid thiamethoxam. Please sign our petition and tell the Prime Minister to reverse this decision.

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David Lindo - The Urban Birder

Russell F Spencer

What's On

Online wildlife talks

Free to members and volunteers! Book your place on one of our fascinating evening Zoom talks.

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wild wellbeing

photo by Diana Jefimova


Wildlife for wellbeing

Given our experience of a global pandemic, nature’s healing powers have never been so important. Whatever your circumstances, use our tips to safely experience the health benefits of nature.

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Helping wildlife this month

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The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them
Sir David Attenborough