Latest tweets and news stories about our work, activities and events. Journalists can contact our press team to ensure enquiries will be dealt with immediately: Emma Robertshaw 07779 657515 erobertshaw@wildlifetrusts.org

  • World’s biggest nature event to ‘move it, move it’ for Madagascan forest

    Thursday 4th August, 2016

    Birdfair 2016 will bring together wildlife enthusiasts to raise funds to help save a unique forest in Southern Madagascar, home to rare birds, lemurs and frogs.

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  • Watch the REAL Rocky Horror Show...

    Friday 22nd July, 2016

    Velvet swimming crab, Wembury, Devon (c) Paul Naylor

    Discover the secrets of the deep this National Marine Week: 23 July - 7 August

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  • Brexit Government urged to take control of food, farming and fisheries for public good

    Friday 15th July, 2016

    Over 80 organisations have signed a letter to David Davies and Theresa May to stress the important implications of Brexit on food and farming. With many of the UK’s food and farming policies and subsidies being defined at EU level, the UK government now has an opportunity to reshape these to ensure that taxpayers money is spent for public good.

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  • Enter our new competition to act for bats

    Monday 11th July, 2016

    Natterer's bat

    Gardeners urged to take action to help the stars of the night

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  • Record-breaking gannet arrives home

    Thursday 7th July, 2016

    Marathon flight highlights potential impact of proposed off-shore wind farms

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  • Celebrating The Wildlife Trusts' global conservation impact in Seychelles

    Friday 1st July, 2016

    The Wildlife Trusts is the grass roots conservation movement in the UK. We also have a legacy of directly saving unique species as far away as the southern hemisphere over the last nearly half century. This global conservation impact is celebrated with the publication of a new book telling the story of 40 years transforming the Seychelles' island of Aride, purchased by The Wildlife Trusts in 1973 with the generous support of chocolate family scion and conservation champion Christopher Cadbury.

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  • Birds, bees and butterflies get boost from new countryside coalition

    Thursday 30th June, 2016

    The Wildlife Trusts and LEAF create unique model for nature-friendly farming across 44,500 acres, as part of new Jordans Farm Partnership.

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  • 30 Days Wild nature challenge inspires a million acts of wildness in just 20 days!

    Saturday 25th June, 2016

    Having fun with #30DaysWild

    The Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild challenge has inspired people up and down the country to take an estimated one million acts for nature so far this June.

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  • Smartphone addicts significantly more anxious than nature lovers, according to pioneering research

    Monday 13th June, 2016

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  • Beavers released at secret Devon location

    Thursday 26th May, 2016

    Two beavers have been released to join an existing wild colony on the River Otter in Devon. This successful - and sanctioned - release is a crucial progression in the story of England's wild beavers. The new arrivals will add to the genetic diversity of the existing wild population.

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