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CJ Wildlife presenting donations cheque to Shropshire Wildlife Trust
03 Jul 2019
As a result of the generous donations from their customers, CJ Wildlife has been delighted to present Shropshire Wildlife Trust with a contribution of £1000.  The donation is to be used on their fabulous community project ‘Feed The Birds’ helping local vulnerable people connect with nature through bird feeding. Feed The Birds involves training volunteers to visit people who are experiencing...
26 Apr 2019
Leading wildlife specialist CJ Wildlife has spent time with Shropshire Wildlife Trust creating a Nest Box Walkway.  Located at The Cut Visitor Centre in Shrewsbury between the beautiful walled wildlife garden, revitalised by a group of dedicated volunteers, leading up to the internal shop are the cloisters of this historic building. Over the past couple of weeks, the side wall which used to house...
19 Feb 2019
Spring is around the corner and nature is certainly well on its way to preparing for a new season. Spring flowers can be seen bursting their way through the cold ground and the sound of birdsongs are loud and clear. Soon we will see lambs and other baby animals starting their new lives and hibernating mammals emerging into the warmth of the sunshine. What isn’t as obvious to the eye are the busy...
20 Mar 2017
Winter is over and spring is here, although it is still a little cold and dark, nature is certainly well on its way to preparing for a new season. Spring flowers can be seen everywhere and the sound of birdsongs are loud and clear. It is the time of year that we see lambs and other baby animals starting their new lives. What isn’t as obvious to the eye are the baby birds that will be hatching...
Wood_lane_landfill_aerial_photo
03 Jun 2014
Looking for a lovely day out in Shropshire? Well you could do a lot worse that taking a trip to Wood Lane in Ellesmere.  Now bear in mind when you're packing your picnic that Wood Lane is a 81 hectare industrial site, which combines sand and gravel quarrying, concrete production and (the reason I discovered it in the first place) an active landfill site, waste transfer station and recycling...
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