Wild Tees Magazine – Winter Issue Out Now!

Photo of female great crested newt on green vegetation. The female GCN has dark, warty skin, with yellow striped underbelly and a light coloured stripe on her tail. She has no crest, unlike the male of the species.

Members receive a free copy of Wild Tees Magazine three times a year. You can read all the best news stories from Teesside and nationally. Luckily, membership is available for as little as £1.25 (giving more can help us do more). See our efforts to protect wildlife for the future and learn how to create a vibrant natural world! To become a member, click the Join button at the top of this page (or contact us below). We look forward to welcoming you to Tees Valley Wildlife Trust.

This Winter Issue of Wild Tees Magazine is full of more great content. For instance, you can read about COP26, our new project to deliver improved habitat for great crested newts and tales from our citizen scientists.

“No one in the Tees Valley is more than 5 miles away from a nature reserve. They have been a huge benefit to many people’s physical and mental wellbeing at this difficult time. Never have our sites received so much attention or been so well valued. Thank you to our members for supporting our work through these difficult times.” Jeremy Garside, CEO Tees Valley Wildlife Trust.

What You Can Expect from Wild Tees Magazine

Wild Tees Magazine releases three issues per year and is available free as part of your membership package. It has 24 pages of exciting content: local and national news, projects, events, as well as puzzles and competitions. Articles come from individuals and groups all over Teesside, not just our staff, trainees and volunteers. We want to showcase the best stories from the whole of the Tees Valley conservation community. YOUR area is OUR area of expertise.

The featured image (Female Great Crested Newt by John Bridges) is the cover story of our Winter Issue. On page 6 of Wild Tees Magazine, you can read the story that goes with it.