From fascinating wildlife facts to the latest news, read our publications online to find out more about the work of the Wildlife Trusts.
Read our publications
You can find our latest Annual Review, Annual Report and Accounts, and Strategic Plan under the 'Our strategy and performance' section below. For hard copies of these documents please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Look back at the past year with our Impact Report 2022-23.
Our strategy and performance
Find out more about our current strategy in BBOWT's Strategic Plan 2021 – 2026: WILDER - More Nature Everywhere.
BBOWT's Annual Reviews, Annual Reports and Accounts, and the current Strategic Plan can be viewed online via the links on this page. For hard copies of any of these publications please contact us on email@example.com.
Our conservation work
Join the search for the year's first bee-flies
BBOWT volunteer recorder, Sue Taylor takes a closer look some of the first insects of the year, distinctly furry little flies
Who says hedgelaying is a dying craft? Not us!
BBOWT volunteer Nigel Williamson explains why the ancient art of hedgelaying is still as vital for wildlife and conservation as ever
How to count butterfly eggs in the freezing cold
BBOWT assistant ecologist Lou Reeve on a record-breaking day in the field.
Wildlife experts issue ‘list of demands’ ahead of general election
BBOWT urges public to vote for nature
UK Government must raise ambition for nature positive development say The Wildlife Trusts
From Monday 12 February, a new era for nature positive development began when Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) became mandatory for major…
Nature groups invited to free training events
Community network expanding across three counties in 2024.