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  • Leading philanthropist awarded The Rothschild Medal

    Thursday 17th May, 2012

    Peter De Haan has been awarded The Rothschild Medal in recognition of the outstanding contribution he has made to nature conservation over the last eight years.

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  • Centenary celebration

    Wednesday 16th May, 2012

    Happy hundredth to The Wildlife Trusts! cpt ChrisTaylorPhotography.com

    Naturalists Bill Oddie and Simon King today joined schoolchildren and volunteers to celebrate The Wildlife Trusts' centenary.

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  • Celebrating 100 years of nature conservation

    Saturday 12th May, 2012

    On 16 May 1912 a banker, landowner, naturalist and scientist named Charles Rothschild got together with like-minded enthusiasts to whip-up support for a radical idea: to identify and protect the very best of the UK’s wild places.

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  • Taking a trip down memory lane

    Saturday 12th May, 2012

    Bill Oddie OBE cpt All Electric Productions

    Unique stories and shared experiences are being sought by The Wildlife Trusts, as they celebrate their centenary.

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  • Wildlife Trust wins bid for precious marshland

    Thursday 3rd May, 2012

    Meadow thistle by Rebecca Price

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  • Birdsong with breakfast for wildlife gardeners

    Monday 30th April, 2012

    Wren singing. Image: Stewart McDonald

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  • Centenary year welcomes new Chair

    Monday 23rd April, 2012

    René Olivieri will today be appointed Chair of The Wildlife Trusts; the sixteenth in the conservation organisation’s 100 year history.

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  • New report on Scotland's lowland raised bogs

    Thursday 19th April, 2012

    Image by Pete Matthews

    Some of Scotland’s most important assets in the fight against climate change are badly damaged, but can be repaired, a new report says.

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  • London Wild Bird Watch

    Tuesday 17th April, 2012

    Kestrel by Steve Waterhouse

    Heading towards town for some twitching may not be the norm, but that’s just what Londoners are invited to do at London Wild Bird Watch.

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  • Wildlife at risk as drought spreads

    Monday 16th April, 2012

    Image: Zsuzsanna Bird

    As environmental drought is declared in South West England and the Midlands, The Wildlife Trusts are reporting an increasing number of negative impacts on wildlife.

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