Discover Lincolnshire's wild side

Barrie Wilkinson

Protecting Lincolnshire's wildlife for the future

The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and wild places throughout the historic county of Lincolnshire – from the Humber to the Wash.

What's on

Come along to one of our free events and explore your local wildlife this summer holiday!

Wild-Play at Far Ings


Every Wednesday in August
Drop in 10am - 3pm
Far Ings Education Centre

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Ade Clarke

Family Fun Day


Friday 17 August
Drop in 11am - 3pm

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Whisby Wildlife Walk


Third Sunday of the month
10.30am - 12.30pm
Whisby Nature Park

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Ade Clarke

Find out more about wildlife

Whether you've found a species and need help with identification, or are wanting to do more for the wildlife in your garden, we can help!

Wildlife gardening


Take a look at some of our simple actions for wildlife you can try at home to help encourage some wild visitors to your garden or green space!

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Batty for bats


Seen or heard a bat in your garden? Chances are it's a common pipistrelle! Found out more about these nocturnal mammals here.

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Tom Marshall

Friend or foe?


The news is buzzing with stories of wasp invasions. Take a look at some of our fascinating wasp facts and learn why they're important members of the food chain!

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Paul Hobson

...all our lives are better when they're a bit wild.
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Plan your next visit

From seeing colourful wildflowers to spotting magnificent birds of prey, we can help you get closer to wildlife. Take a look at our top reserves below or find our full list of nature reserves here.

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