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  • Indoor meeting

    Thursday February 7th 2019.  Three boys out in the bush - a mammal watching trip to southern Africa. Talk by Johnny Birks.  7.30 pm, Lyttleton Rooms, Church St., Great Malvern WR14 2AY. For more details, see Calendar web page.

  • Coach, minibus trips and holidays in 2018 and 2019

    Go to the Calendar page for Links to details and booking forms for the coach and minibus trips and overnight breaks planned in 2018 and 2019.

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Welcome to our website!

The Malvern Group is one of nine groups actively supporting Worcestershire Wildlife Trust t
hrough various activities including raising awareness of local wildlife and its conservation by holding Indoor and Outdoor Meetings (see the 
Calendar for details),  volunteering and fund-raising

Do visit our 
Guestbook where you can leave wildlife sightings of interest, make comments or post questions to other website users. You may also like to look at our Wildlife watching and News pages where you can find lots of information about wildlife seen in our local area or even further afield, on our walks and rambles or by people just 'out and about'.  The Wildlife Calendar Guide lists special places in the Malvern area to see wildlife throughout the seasons, and was compiled from members' observations. If you would like to share anything of interest that you may have seen, just use the Guestbook or Contact us pages, or send an e-mail to to let us know.

If you would like to display photographs in the Gallery or elsewhere on this website, email them as picture files with description or caption; around 100 to 150 kb is ideal but we can compress them if necessary.

Contact us link can also be used to send in questions or enquiries - they will be automatically e-mailed to us. You can also e-mail us directly. We will try to respond as quickly as we can - we have lots of contacts so will try our best to find an answer to any wildlife queries you may have.

Clicking on Links will take you to a list of websites linked to other useful wildlife organisations such as the Malvern Hills Trust and the Worcester and Malvern RSPB group.

Use the tabs at the top of the page to find out more about our group, and thank you for visiting.

 Photo by Derek Bradley