- Beautiful, freshwater habitats that are home to an abundance of wildlife are being devastated by agricultural waste, raw sewage and pollution from abandoned mines, according to a new report …
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Conservationists launch roadmap for restoring waters and wildlife
The Wildlife Trusts are disappointed and saddened that the Government has issued new licenses to cull badgers in seven areas of England. These cover 33 existing areas and 7 new areas for 2021. To…
Today, 6th September, Dorset Wildlife Trust launches a major fundraising appeal for England’s first large-scale community rewilding project, on 170 hectares of land near Bere Regis purchased…
The Wildlife Trusts unveil new educational guides for children to learn about how nature can help tackle the climate crisis.
New beaver consultation could herald better wetlands for wildlife and climate.
Wildlife friendly farm, which grows wild bird seed, and 100 acres of sunflowers, celebrates raising £2 million for wildlife conservation.
A ground-breaking project that reintroduced ospreys to England and helped bring them back to Wales has seen its 200th chick fledge this year.
The Wildlife Trusts unveil new nature recovery projects – restoring peatlands, saltmarsh, kelp forests, chalk grassland, wetlands and woods – to store carbon
A petition calling for a legal target to halt the decline of nature by 2030 has been handed in to Rt Hon George Eustice MP, the Environment Secretary, today.