This partnership of 47 local trusts, identified by the badger logo, is dedicated to protecting wildlife in the UK, cares for over 2560 nature reserves, and has more than half a million members.
Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts
Charity dedicated to the protection of nature offers information about species and habitats, articles and news items, an events directory, volunteer opportunities, and details of campaigns and appeals.
Avon Wildlife Trust
Registered charity which aims to protect wildlife-rich sites by setting up and managing nature reserves. Includes volunteer opportunities, news, events programme, activities, school visits, and contact information.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Describes the nature reserves of the county and provides species information about birds, invertebrates, mammals, trees and plants, marine life, reptiles and amphibians. Includes news, updated reports of marine strandings and sightings, contact details and opportunities to volunteer.
Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Manages over forty nature reserves and aims to inspire people to enjoy a greater understanding of nature. Includes project, campaign and fundraising news, volunteer opportunities, joining application and contact details.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
Aims to raise awareness of potential threats and to encourage people to care for their local environment. Includes an interactive map of thirty-six nature reserves, information about projects, school visits, news and events.
Durham Wildlife Trust
Acts as a focus for people to be involved within the county and adjacent coastal waters. Offers information on nature reserves, species, and conservation and education programmes.
Kent Wildlife Trust
Conservation organisation aiming to protect wildlife across Kent. Includes information on living landscapes, planning and development, climate watch and nature reserves.
Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust
Manages thirty-five reserves, including twenty Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and two designated as National Nature Reserves. Includes an interactive map with information for each location, habitat and species action plans, events, membership details, and links to local organisations.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
Cares for land between the Humber and the Wash, and aims to protect the countryside and encourage education and research. Includes a map of nature reserves, factsheets, news, events, and information about becoming a member.
Lockerbie Wildlife Trust Homepage
Lockerbie Wildlife Trust manages Eskrigg Nature Reserve and runs an annual programme of talks, visits and workshops relating to wildlife and conservation for members, schools and other interested parties.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Manages over forty nature reserves, stands against inappropriate development, and runs educational programmes. Includes news, opportunities to get involved, and contact details.
North Wales Wildlife Trust
Manages thirty-three nature reserves. Includes an interactive map, information about projects, events and education, and membership details.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust
Manages over sixty nature reserves and aims to inform, educate and involve people. Includes species and habitat information, news, events, project details and links to local organisations.
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust
Aims to protect wild animals and places, and to educate people about the impact their decisions have on nature. Includes an events calendar, maps and fact sheets about reserves, and contact details.
Scottish Wildlife Trust
Voluntary conservation organisation, caring for wildlife reserves and campaigning on wildlife issues. Includes details of species, habitats, protected areas, educational resources, publications and events.
Shropshire Wildlife Trust
Manages thirty-seven nature reserves. Includes an interactive map, sections about environmental education and projects, news, an events diary, and contact details.
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust
Dedicated to protecting and enhancing the wildlife and wild places of the county. Includes background information, places to visit, activities for children, opportunities to volunteer, and details of current projects.
Tees Valley Wildlife Trust
Manages fourteen nature reserves and improves despoiled sites. Includes information about projects, volunteering opportunities and membership.
The Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
Local environmental charity which aims to protect wildlife and natural places throughout Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull. Contains details of facilities, activities, projects and events, and opportunities for getting involved as schools or individuals.
Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire
Dedicated to the management of wildlife in the countryside and the urban landscape. Includes news and information about reserves, biodiversity training, education opportunities, and contact details.
The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside
Manages thirty-four nature reserves covering woodland, wetland, upland and meadow. Includes information about nature photography, job vacancies, news and events.
The Wirral branch of the Cheshire Wildlife Trust presents wildlife news for the area. There is also a messageboard.
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Aims to conserve and promote the diversity of nature. Includes information about projects and development plans, news, events, volunteer and job vacancies, and contact details.
Last update:September 23, 2015 at 23:13:08 UTC