Nature urgently needs our help
“Nature urgently needs our help to recover – and it can be done. By joining up wild places and creating more across the UK we would improve our lives and help nature to flourish."
Sir David Attenborough
What's happening now
Wildlife campaigns, news and views on the issues we care about
The Wildlife Trusts launch £30 million appeal to kickstart nature’s recovery across 30% of land and sea by 2030
Restoring Surrey’s lost chalk grasslands on the North Downs
The call of the wild
The call of the wild:
New collection of writing spotlights urgent need for wildlife recovery
Government U-turn on promises to end badger culling
Largest ever cull authorised this autumn – bringing the total shot to 35% of UK’s badger population
Recent blog posts
The Return of Beavers To Surrey
When I first started working for the Surrey Wildlife Trust back in 2013, I remember sitting in stunned silence when an officer from the…
Where is ratty?
One of the UK's most loved mammals, water voles are on the verge of extinction.
Aliens in the undergrowth
Our rivers play host to a number of unwelcome invaders that have a negative effect on these delicate ecosystems.
Things to do this month
Reserves & events near you
The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them