Working for wildlife
By working together with our members and volunteers, we are committed to protecting and conserving wildlife from Tees to Tyne.
Conserving Wildlife from the Tees to the Tyne
For 50 years Durham Wildlife Trust has been the leading conservation organisation dedicated to our local area. Watch the short film below to find out more.
You can make a difference
Thanks to our members Durham Wildlife Trust can continue to be the leading nature conservation organisation in our area. It costs £7 per month to look after an acre of nature on our nature reserves. If you are not a member, please join us in caring for local wildlife and become a member today
The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them.
Reed bed boardwalk reopens at Low Barns
Our reed bed boardwalk at Low Barns Nature Reserve was closed temporarily earlier this year for some much-needed repairs. We are…
Discover the world of these magnificent marine mammals with Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ Skomer Island warden, Nathan Wilkie…
'Healing Nature' project gets the go-ahead
The Trust is to create several jobs after being awarded more than £400,000 of Government funding to deliver a “landmark” conservation…