A lot of people contact us looking for advice on what binoculars they should buy. So we asked our excellent Biodiversity Information Officer, Paul Tinsley-Marshall, to give us his top 10 tips to…
Kathryn Barton, our Community Education Officer who works on the Forest School project, writes about the expansion of our fantastic project.
Earlier this week, Kent County Council published that they intend to dispose of open land that plays a significant role for our county's wildlife.
Kent Wildlife Trust has begun an exciting new project to bring back our traditional hay meadows, which have declined nationally by 97% since the 1940s.
Lynne and Peter Flower, Kent Wildlife Trust volunteers, write about the work they do to support and protect existing barn owls and create safe places for them to increase in numbers.
Fiona White, our Marine Officer, writes about an exiting discovery in our country's coasts. A species never before recorded in Kent has been found by a Kent Wildlife Trust volunteer…
Linda Redden, Kent Wildlife Trust's Events and Operations officer, writes about the events we hosted in 2015.
Lewis Yates, our Volunteer Trainee Warden for the Weald, writes about the wood products now available for purchase at our Tyland Barn visitor centre.
Vicky Aitkenhead, our Older and Out There Project officer writes about our upcoming health walks programme.
Locals 'flood' to the Cliftonville Community Centre to take part in Kent Wildlife Trust's and Southern Water's fun activity day.