Wildlife in the City is a new project at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust supported by Nottingham City Council.
We're all about getting out and about, and discovering Nottingham city's parks & green spaces, as well as improving your experience of nature on your doorstep.
If you think safaris are only for the wilds of Africa then you would be wrong. Nottingham has its very own wildlife safari right in the heart of the city. Our volunteer Naomi Racz reports…
The place to get involved with Nottingham City's wildlife.
Discover more about the urban wildlife all around you, find out about your local parks and nature reserves, get involved by telling us what wildlife you have seen, keep up to date with the latest news and events happening near you, and much more!
Our mascot Willow the Fox goes on a journey through Nottingham...but will he ever find what he is looking for?
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