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Urgent appeal to secure future of historic Hickling Broad
Wednesday 2nd November, 2016
Norfolk Wildlife Trust today announced it is launching a £1 million appeal to secure the future of one of UK’s most important National Nature Reserves and historic home to the booming bittern. Almost 50% of the Broad was put on the open market for £2.3 million in September and Norfolk Wildlife Trust has reached agreement to buy the land.
Become part of the century’s most exciting conservation project, says Chris Packham
Tuesday 1st November, 2016
This is a ‘Once in a lifetime opportunity to help a magnificent and long lost mammal thrive again’ says TV naturalist Chris Packham
Our response to Heathrow third runway announcement
Tuesday 25th October, 2016
The Wildlife Trusts are concerned that any airport expansion to fulfil growing demand for air travel will bring with it significant environmental impacts.
Act for bats! Gardeners urged to take action to help the stars of the night
Monday 17th October, 2016
Award-winning garden designer Juliet Sargeant and TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham are urging gardeners to help bats this autumn during Wild About Gardens Week which runs from 24th – 30th October. The RHS, The Wildlife Trusts and Bat Conservation Trust aim to inspire gardeners to help these special creatures while still creating beautiful gardens with events, a competition and advice.
Andrea Leadsom visits Northamptonshire farm where wildlife & farming go hand-in-hand
Thursday 6th October, 2016
The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Andrea Leadsom, visited a farm near her constituency to meet local and national Wildlife Trusts representatives, including The Wildlife Trusts' Chief Executive Stephanie Hilborne, on Friday 30 September.
Britain’s leading conservation organisations call on the Government to grasp a better future for the countryside
Saturday 1st October, 2016
Britain’s largest nature organisations have today launched their joint vision for a post-Brexit environment, farming and rural policy.
New report calls for 48 new protected areas at sea
Friday 30th September, 2016
Call to secure the missing gaps in our Marine Conservation Zone network
More than one in ten UK species threatened with extinction, new study finds
Wednesday 14th September, 2016
It’s not too late to save UK nature but we must act now - that is the conclusion from a coalition of more than 50 leading wildlife and research organisations behind the State of Nature 2016 report
New guide calls on landowners, developers and volunteers to protect vanishing wildlife havens
Thursday 8th September, 2016
"Without Local Wildlife Sites we would have virtually no wildlife."
The meadow makers come to London
Wednesday 7th September, 2016
Creation of the 90th new wildflower-rich Coronation Meadow in the heart of the capital