There are 47 Wildlife Trusts covering the UK (and the Isle of Man and Alderney too). Use the map or the links below to find out more about the Wildlife Trust in your area and get involved with events, activities and Watch groups.

Nottingham City

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Nottingham City Watch Group meet at Wollaton Hall and Park, on the 1st Saturday of every month, 10.15am to 12.15pm - whatever the weather! We normally meet in the Middle Courtyard at Wollaton Hall. We also go on trips to other local nature reserves each year, so please keep an eye on our programme and contact Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust if you are attending for the first time. For further details, please contact Dorothee at

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Group news and diary

City Watch Group looks forward to 2013

We had a fun session this December, to finish off a great 2012. We made pine cone feeders for our garden birds to help them survive the cold, and we made festive wreaths by weaving willow taken from Farndon Willow Holt.

We won't be meeting in January but there are lots of places you can visit instead, including Attenborough Nature Centre, where you can watch the winter ducks and other birds.

Our next meeting will be on Saturday 2nd February, at Wollaton Hall, making nest boxes from flat-pack kits.

8th January 2011 - Making Bird Feeders

Dear Diary,

In our January 2011 Watch session, we made bird feeders. In winter it is important to feed garden birds as it can be difficult for them to find suitable food.

We made different type of bird feeders for our garden birds. Jack from our Watch Group has written his own report about the session, please look at the photo in this blog post.

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust feeds birds on a really big scale, through their Bed & Breakfast for Farmland Birds Project - Information at:

If you want to feed garden birds, check out this activity sheet:

Bye for now

Nottm City Watch Group


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