Clee Hill WIldlife Group
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About us

The Clee Hill Community Wildlife group is centred on the open hill land of Titterstone Clee, Clee Hill Common and Catherton Common.  We are a small, friendly group with the aim of bringing together people interested in wildlife to do something positive for local species.

When we started

The Group has been running since February 2012 

The area we cover

Extending approximately as far as Knowlegate and Knowbury to the south, Bitterley to the west, Cleedownton and Bromdon to the north, and Catherton Common and Doddington to the east.

Our work

Since February 2012, over 80 volunteers have been involved with five different wildlife survey groups.

We need your help!

We are looking for local residents to join our group. Interest and enthusiasm are more important than expertise! 

Thank you to everyone involved for all your support and help so far. All are welcome, all you need is enthusiasm for our local area and its wildlife. We look forward to hearing from you.

What we do

RVCWG 2017

Bird Group

Survey the local area for lapwing, curlew and other target bird species

Events & Activities

We run a range of events, surveys and walks throughout the year

Reptiles & Amphibians

Surveying Catherton Common for Reptiles and Amphibians



Photo Gallery



Survey reports, articles and group annual report

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Latest Updates

Listing of latest updates


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