We monitor the health of nature
Our monitoring and research team provide the science behind our conservation work. Surveys enable us to monitor population trends and assess the success of our practical habitat management. This involves a huge variety of surveys for mammals, invertebrates, plants, reptiles, amphibians, and habitats.
We encourage surveys on our reserves and are keen to support any activities that add to our understanding of sites and species. Please get in touch if you are interested in surveying on our reserves. To find out more about wildlife monitoring and how you can get involved please scroll down this page to explore our work.
Check out our latest blog posts
On the hunt for hoverflies
Ryan introduces us to hoverfly week where you can learn about how to identify and record these amazing insects
Dawn Chorus Day Delights
We'll be live on Twitter at 5.30am on Sunday 3 May. Practice your birdsong ID and get involved!
Working for the Wildlife Trust - Siân Williams
Siân has recently joined our team as Senior Research and Monitoring Officer
Meet the volunteer - Alexandra Pond
Alexandra tells us about her new role as Volunteer Conservation Officer
Biological Recording Week: Day 7 - Local Records Centres
During this week, Ryan will be introducing us to the topic of biological recording. Day 7 looks at the role of Local Records Centres
Biological Recording Week: Day 6 - What other online resources are out there which will help my recording?
During this week, Ryan will be introducing us to the topic of biological recording. Day 6 looks at what online resources are out there…