Wildlife Trusts' teams support and enhance learning for thousands of children each year.
(c) Tom Marshall
Wildlife Watch is the junior branch of The Wildlife Trusts and the UK's leading environmental action club for kids.
(c) Emma Bradshaw
Wildlife Trusts run thousands of events and activities every year, ranging from walks and talks, to wildlife training courses and ecological surveys.
(c) Amy Lewis
The Wildlife Trusts' movement is the largest voluntary organisation working in the UK on all aspects of nature conservation.
(c) Amy Lewis
The Wildlife Trusts are collectively involved with several projects designed to reconnect people with their local wildlife and natural environment, such as through wildlife gardening.
(c) Alison Roe
From back gardens to nature reserves, our natural environment is there for everyone to enjoy.
The Wildlife Trusts recognise that enabling access to nature, awareness raising, education and working with local communities is essential to our overall aim of creating a Living Landscape. People are at the heart of everything we do.
We believe that everyone should have the chance to enjoy and learn more about the natural world. This enjoyment and learning can take many forms – for some it is practical conservation work or attending training courses to learn more about wildlife, for others it is a walk on a spectacular nature reserve on a crisp morning, or perhaps it is that first encounter with nature that a child has dipping their net into a rock pool. The Wildlife Trusts offer all these experiences and more.
Each Wildlife Trust is actively involved with providing people with direct access to their local wildlife and wild places. Nationwide we have more than 36,000 volunteers, we work with over 5,000 schools every year and Wildlife Trusts run thousands of walks, talks and activities for all ages and backgrounds.