Youth Action for Nature at Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust At the Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust, we want to empower young people in the region to build a strong relationship with the natural spaces around them, and to be able to take action to protect the environment as a whole. To help shape our work, we're holding conversations with 11-25 year olds across the region to find out how you're feeling about nature and wildlife - and how we can help you feel more connected and supported in taking action for the things you care about. You can start by heading over to our Youth Action for Nature page at https://www.bbcwildlife.org.uk/youth-action-nature, where you can take our survey - and if you're over 16 there's also an option to join our digital community and get more involved.If you're over 18 or an adult who works with 11-25 year olds: We would love to hold some Conversation Circles with groups of young people either on Zoom or in-person. If you'd like to make this happen, or want to have a chat about how we might work together, please contact our Youth Action for Nature Manager at [email protected] To say thank you for taking part in our survey, we're offering the chance to win a pair of tickets to a Birmingham City Football Club match in 2023, courtesy of our partners Birmingham County Football Association. There is an option to enter the prize draw at the end of the survey!