along the river severn on the wild about worcester Way
These 15 videos will help you to understand and connect with the wonderful nature we have on the Wild about Worcester Way along the River Severn
Paul Snookes, of Worcester Environmental Group, explains why Wild about Worcester, a 12 mile wildlife corridor, is so important for our community to thrive physically and mentally in a flourishing natural environment.
Alan Viney, of ONSIDE, explains in detail how they are working with Worcester Environmental Group and other organisations to improve the wellbeing of our community.
Alan Viney, of ONSIDE, explains how we can really get in touch with the healing power of nature on the Wild about Worcester Way.
Paul Snookes, of Worcester Environmental Group, explains how we can learn more about nature on our doorstep in a few easy steps.
Paul Snookes, of Worcester Environmental Group, demonstrates how you can use Google Lens to identify a wide range of wildflowers, trees, fungi etc using Google Lens. It's like magic!
Alan Viney, of ONSIDE, explains how being out in nature on Wild about Worcester Way can be so good for our physical and mental health.
Cody Levine, The Ecology Team Leader at Worcestershire County Council, tells us about the landscape of the area around the Cathedral at the time it was being built. The remnants of that habitat still support many of our precious native species.
Cody Levine, The Ecology Team Leader at Worcestershire County Council, tells us about the astonishing discovery of the lesser horseshoe bat bat thriving in what is roughly the centre of Worcester, but is normally only found in the countryside.
Nick Skilbeck, of the Worcester and Malvern Local RSPB Group, tells us about the fascinating bird life around Worcester Cathedral and along the River Severn.
Nick Skilbeck, of the RSPB Worcester and Hereford Local Group, explains how Cherry Orchard Local Nature Reserve is a great place for our community and wildlife to flourish together. What's really amazing about this reserve is that it was once a landfill site that nature took back with little or no input after it ceased to be used after 1986. Nature is astonishing!
Nick Skilbeck, of the RSPB Worcester and Malvern Local Group, tells us of a fascinating project to help sand martins flourish in 2020 in Diglis, Worcester on the River Severn. One of the fledglings, that was ringed in the summer of 2022, was recorded down near Lands End shortly after taking flight!
Cody Levine, The Ecology Team Leader at Worcestershire County Council, tells us about Chapter Meadows in Worcester is a now rare habitat: a traditional floodplain meadow where all kinds of species can flourish.
Chapter Meadows on Wild about Worcester Way is a fascinating flood plain that has been managed by humans for thousands of years and is a great place for nature to flourish. Worcester Environmental Group are working hard to improve the biodiversity along the Wild about Worcester Way.
Lorna Pedersen, of The Canal and River Trust, gives us a really interesting tour of the River Severn Fish Pass at Diglis. It has been a really successful project with many fish now able to access spawning grounds further up the River Severn again.
Lorna Pedersen, of The Canal and River Trust, gives a fascinating account of the history of Diglis Island. Find out more about the CRT projects at Diglis.