The Wildlife Trusts

New Agriculture Bill vital to recover nature

Matthew Roberts

The Wildlife Trusts

We are a grassroots movement that believes we need nature and it needs us. More than 800,000 members and 40,000 volunteers work together with their Wildlife Trust to make their local area wilder and make nature part of life, for everyone.

Every Wildlife Trust is an independent charity.

We’d love you to join us.


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Everyone deserves to live in a healthy, wildlife-rich natural world

What we stand for

Children playing with snail (Emma Bradshaw)

Why is nature in trouble?

56% of the UK's wildlife - our wild plants and animals - are in decline. Find out more:

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Culm grassland habitats divided by an A-road in north Devon - Stephen Powles

Simple things you can do to help wildlife

Sir David Attenborough

Sir David Attenborough

Become a member

The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them

- Sir David Attenborough


Chimney Meadows: transforming the ordinary

The tale of Chimney Meadows nature reserve in Oxfordshire is one of hope, struggle and transformation. It’s all been worth it for the wildlife that now calls it home.

Read their story

Jamie Hall

Find out more about what we do

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Keep in touch with The Wildlife Trusts in social media. See our list of all our social media accounts.

What's your wild life?

Nature matters to us in so many different ways. Read people's stories about nature and tell us yours....

My remedy

Elise, Peckham, South London

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Penny Dixie

My recovery

Simone, Stanley Moss, Durham

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My gym

Andy, Middledown Nature Reserve, Somerset

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Most people live within a few miles of one of our nature reserves. Find one near you

Find your Wildlife Trust

Matthew Roberts

Nature Recovery Network

Read our proposals for a Nature Recovery Network

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Nature Recovery Network graphic (by Nik Pollard)


We've been making changes to our website

If you've visited our website before, you might notice it's changed. This summer most Wildlife Trusts will launch new websites alongside our new UK website (this one). Some areas of content and features will be introduced in the coming weeks. 

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