Discover Lincolnshire's wild side

Robert Enderby

Protecting Lincolnshire's wildlife for the future

The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is your local wildlife conservation charity. We look after nearly 100 nature reserves, give wildlife a voice, and inspire people to take action for wildlife.

Almost 28,000 members and over 1,000 volunteers work together with us to make Lincolnshire wilder and make nature part of life, for everyone.

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Sir David calls for a Nature Recovery Network

Join our campaign for a #WilderFuture - let's put nature into recovery.

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What we do

From looking after nature reserves to campaigning for wildlife and educating people, find out more about what the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust does to help protect your local wildlife.

Discover autumn wildlife

From crunching through woodland and foraging for fungi, to seeing the autumn migrating birds and building a hedgehog house, take a look at our autumn experiences and events below.

Autumn woodlands

Explore our woodland reserves and find out what to look for this autumn


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Fascinating fungi

From stinkhorn to turkeytail, find out more about the UK's fascinating fungi


Ed Marshall

Help a hog

Take a look at our guide on how to make a hibernation home for hedgehogs

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Tom Marshall

Autumn events

Help protect your local wildlife

Become a member today

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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.

Keep in touch

Follow us on social media for the latest news, events and sightings or take a look at our blogs to find out what we've been up to.


The latest updates, developments and articles

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Barrie Wilkinson


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From our staff, volunteers and guest contributors

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Barrie Wilkinson

All our lives are better when they're a bit wild...
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