Durham Wildlife Trust is a nature conservation charity. It owns and manages 37 nature reserves throughout our region covering an area of almost 800 hectares, providing special places for people, for wildlife and for future generations.
There are lots of ways to get involved in our work. Volunteer, become a member, book a school visit or support one of our campaigns.
Visit one of our nature reserves located across the region or take a walk and stop for a coffee and cake at one of our fabulous coffee shops located in our visitor centres at Rainton Meadows and Low Barns.
by Emily Marshall
With autumn just around the corner, we are now entering the American mink dispersal season.
Naturally Native Project Officer Elliot Lea, takes a look at water voles in the Uplands and how these special areas are providing a refuge for Britain's fastest declining mammal.
American mink are non-native and pose a threat to water voles in our region. Naturally Native Project Officer, Elliot Lea, takes a detailed look at this species and how we can help restore '…
Kelly Hollings, Restoring Ratty Project Officer for Northumberland Wildlife Trust, explores the habits of these much-loved mammals.
It’s easy to see why fragmentation of landscapes is one of the main drivers of global biodiversity loss. Naturally Native and the Wildlife Trusts are working hard to change this.
An introduction from Naturally Native Project Officer, Elliot Lea.