Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is excited to be working on a project focusing on the City stretch of the River Leen. This section of River does suffer from urban issues, but is still good quality and an absolute haven for wildlife!
We are working with our partners to make sure it stays that way.
Wildlife in the City is pleased to host a series of training sessions, free to Nottingham city residents, covering a variety of woodland management techniques.
Wildlife in the City has been busy at Sandy Banks, Bestwood, to improve the unique sandstone features that have given the site it’s name.
Wildlife in the City is excited to be a part of “Connecting Wild Clifton”, a £70,000 biodiversity project funded by Biffa Award to improve 6 nature reserves for wildlife across Clifton - from the Holme Pit at the east of Clifton village to Fairham Brook bordering the west of Clifton estate.
Wildlife in the City volunteers enjoyed a novel session in the snow, with willow experts Wildworks helping us create a magnificent living willow tunnel at Queen’s Walk Recreation Ground in the Meadows.