Join over 36,000 members to get involved with activities, visit over 100 nature reserves and directly contribute to safeguarding vulnerable local wildlife across more than 4000 hectares of land.
Delivering conservation programmes to ensure the next generation are able to enjoy the wildlife-rich landscapes we do today is an enormous undertaking. We rely heavily on membership to generate the funds we need to do this. We cannot safeguard precious habitats and vulnerable wildlife in our three counties without the support of those who live and work around them.
Don't want to join online? Feel free to print our Direct Debit form and post it to us
Tel: 01954 713500
When you join you'll receive a 'starter pack' with a copy of our latest magazine called 'Local Wildlife', a list of all our wildlife Training Workshops, a car sticker, membership card and if you pay by Direct Debit you'll also receive a guide to all our Nature Reserves. After that you'll also receive a copy of Local Wildlife three times a year. (Note: child members will receive the Wildife Watch pack instead, see below).
Wildlife Watch Starter Pack
Child and family members will receive a Wildlife Watch starter pack including: a membership card, Wildlife Watcher badge and the Wildlife Watcher's Handbook, which is full of activities, competitions, amazing photographs, info on UK wildlife and ideas for things to do. You'll also receive a big UK wildlife poster bursting with amazing animals, fantastic wildlife stickers and all you need to join in our Wildlife Watch Awards schemes.
After becoming a member you'll receive a regular copy of our magazine 'Local Wildlife' three times a year full of articles about species, habitats, projects, campaigns, news and events. Local Wildlife also incorporates the national magazine 'Natural World' with news and features from across the Wildlife Trusts movement. The Wildlife Watch magazine is delivered four times a year to child and family members and is packed full of exciting articles and activities for kids to enjoy.
"Joining your local Trust is one of the most important things you can do to make sure the species and habitats we love will be there for future generations to enjoy."
President Emeritus of the Wildlife Trusts