Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is changing the way it acquires new nature reserves to support nature’s recovery in the county. They are going to give highest priority to acquiring land with low existing wildlife value because the potential to bring wildlife back is greatest there.  The Trust will be targeting land that is difficult to farm productively, or that has become unviable as a result of the impact of HS2 or other factors.   They are looking to secure land through purchase, donation or long term agreements in the right areas to create bigger, better and more joined up areas for wildlife and will then look to improve these sites for wildlife, increasing the overall land area which has high wildlife value across our region.   Any landowners interested in having a discussion with the Trust are asked to get in touch with ian.jelley@wkwt.org.uk