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: Anna Guthrie 07887 754659 aguthrie@wildlifetrusts.org and Emma Robertshaw 07779 657515 erobertshaw@wildlifetrusts.org

  • Breath-taking beauty: The Wildlife Trusts’ wildflower meadows

    Tuesday 23rd March, 2010

    But habitat is under threat warns the leading conservation organisation

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  • Mum'sea' creatures go the extra mile

    Thursday 11th March, 2010

    Many of us will be treating our mum to a special day this Sunday – with breakfast in bed, bunches of flowers and pamper-time all on the agenda. But spare a thought too for those maternal types in the natural world who don’t get any recognition for the many hours they put into nurturing their offspring.

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  • Study recognises key to future conservation success

    Thursday 11th March, 2010

    A new wildlife audit highlights the need for a landscape-scale approach to conservation, allowing species and habitats room to manoeuvre and adapt to climate change pressures, according to The Wildlife Trusts.

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  • Marine Protected Area announcement welcomed by The Wildlife Trusts

    Thursday 11th March, 2010

    But science should hold most authority when making decisions, the organisation says

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  • Scotland gets Marine Act

    Thursday 11th March, 2010

    The Marine (Scotland) Act 2010 this week received its Royal Assent. This is the culmination of many years’ campaigning by the Scottish Wildlife Trust and a wide coalition of environmental bodies.

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  • Government peat announcement welcomed by The Wildlife Trusts

    Monday 8th March, 2010

    But more ambitious targets needed, the conservation organisation urges

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  • BBC Eggheads smashed!

    Thursday 4th March, 2010

    Sussex Wildlife Trust brain boxes have beaten the BBC’s formidable quiz champions on Eggheads winning £37,000 prize money!

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  • Don’t damn the Severn Estuary

    Tuesday 2nd March, 2010

    Surfers are set to catch the highest Severn Bore surge wave of the year today - cresting at 5.4m (17.7ft) high – as The Wildlife Trusts celebrate this unique phenomenon with a special report on the Severn Estuary.

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  • Health of natural environment is vital to ensure food security

    Wednesday 24th February, 2010

    The Wildlife Trusts welcome this link, made in today’s Conservative farming agenda

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  • New agreement forged between environmental organisations

    Monday 22nd February, 2010

    Today, Monday 22 February 2010, will see Wildlife Trusts Wales (WTW) and the Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) set out plans of working together to create an environment rich in wildlife for Wales and its people, through the signing of an innovative partnership agreement; a Concordat.

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