Don’t miss out
Book now for this Stepping Stones winter webinar. For this event, at 7.30pm on 8th February, National Trust archaeologist Janine Young will take us through some of the fascinating history and archaeology of the Stepping Stones area.
There are two upcoming hedge planting days and the Stepping Stones project needs helpers to plant thousands of trees to create future wildlife corridors for species like the Hazel Dormouse. They will be fun sessions suitable for beginners.
Curlews in the Strettons 2021, plans for 2022, and the “Save our Curlews” appeal
The Strettons area Lapwing and Curlew survey is jointly organised by the Strettons area Community Wildlife Group and SOS Church Stretton branch
Autumn Aliens Spotted in the Strettons! This time of year we get reports of alien type creatures appearing in housesand gardens locally. Fortunately they are all harmless creatures that are only around this time of year, but are designed to scare away predators,...
SACWG members are invited to attend “Wild about Westhope” on Thursday 21st October in Westhope Village Hall from 14.15 to 16.30.
The meeting is being run by a small group who would like to work on improving nature on the Westhope Estate. There will be a short talk to explain their aims followed by a walk around the area.
Are you interested in birds? Would you like to learn more about them and how to identify the different species found in Shropshire's habitats through the year? If so, why not take this course? It meets roughly twice monthly (December excepted) from September 2021 to...
Help Butterfly Conservation to take nature’s pulse by joining-in the Big Butterfly Count!
The Big Butterfly Count is a UK-wide effort to assess the health of our environment by comparing the number and type of butterflies, both rare and common (and a few moths) seen during high summer with records from previous years.
Why? Although the swift used to be a common summer visitor to the UK, it is now a rapidly declining breeding species. The Rea Valley Community Wildlife Group want to understand more about where swifts are breeding locally. How? Just by watching the skies from your...