Wherever you live there is a Wildlife Trust caring for wild life and wild places near you.
We work across the whole of the UK, as well as the Isle of Man and Alderney. Each Wildlife Trust is run locally by people to care for the natural environment of their patch – whether a city, county, country or island. We have a shared mission to restore nature everywhere we can – to create Living Landscapes and secure Living Seas.
We manage thousands of wild places – great for wildlife and people alike – and we help many others to do this too. Our advocacy and campaigns are trying to create a world where policies and decisions reflect the importance and value of our natural environment. What we do helps people to lead happier and healthier lives closer to nature. Our nature restoration projects are helping to repair damaged ecosystems – rivers, bogs, forest, seas – which provides us with the essentials of life.
We have more than 800,000 members including 150,000 in our junior branch Wildlife Watch, and around 38,000 volunteers. We also work in partnership with many other organisations and people – as together we can achieve even more.
All 47 Wildlife Trusts are members of the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts (Registered charity number 207238).
We rely on the support of our members, volunteers and many different companies, organisations and agencies.