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  • Artist wins bid to plunge the North Sea: Chris Rose learns to dive to paint awe-inspiring underwater wildlife

    Monday 20th July, 2015

    Artist Chris Rose has won The Wildlife Trusts’ and Society of Wildlife Artists’ Undersea Art Award. The award provides a bursary that enables the recipient to learn to dive and bring the magic of our seas alive

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  • Beaver kit captured on film at Knapdale

    Friday 17th July, 2015

    Experts from the UK’s first licensed trial reintroduction of beavers, the Scottish Beaver Trial, have released footage of a new beaver kit at Lochan Buic in the Knapdale Forest of Argyll

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  • The Budget: missed opportunity to secure a healthy, nature-rich future

    Wednesday 8th July, 2015

    Jane Fone, Director of Development, makes the following comments following today's unveiling of the Summer Budget 2015

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  • New nature skills hub for UK’s largest wildlife volunteer project

    Tuesday 7th July, 2015

    Sir David Attenborough pays tribute to The Wildlife Trusts’ 40,000 nature volunteers at exemplar centre

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  • Baby boost for Devon beavers

    Wednesday 24th June, 2015

    Devon Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce the birth of kits born to the first wild colony of beavers in England

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  • Britain’s gannets surf the web as well as the waves for the first time

    Monday 22nd June, 2015

    Putting the UK’s largest seabird under surveillance highlights the need for a precautionary approach to development in the English Channel

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  • Underwater sites should be protected - because they’re worth it

    Thursday 18th June, 2015

    Taking a longer-term, more holistic view of the impacts of Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) in the decision making process, rather than an excessive focus on costs is essential, says a group of researchers and conservation charities, as government considers whether or not to designate new sites later this year

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  • Celebrating a new dawn for Cley Marshes

    Friday 12th June, 2015

    Today Sir David Attenborough, President Emeritus of The Wildlife Trusts, and BBC Presenter and Ambassador Ben Garrod, joined Norfolk Wildlife Trust in celebrating the achievements of its momentous project for the north Norfolk coast: a £2.6million project which combines a vital land purchase, landscape-scale restoration and the building of the new Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre at its nature reserve, Cley Marshes

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  • John Hall awarded MBE in The Queen’s Birthday Honours

    Friday 12th June, 2015

    Wildlife Trust Chief Executive recognised for more than a quarter of a century’s conservation work, benefiting wildlife and people in Essex and beyond

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  • Statement on Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

    Wednesday 10th June, 2015

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