Help us raise £30,000 to carry on our vital woodland work.
Our irreplaceable ancient woodland is under threat.
Home to more threatened species than any other habitat in the UK. Woodland is our version of the rainforest. Around 25% of our breeding bird and butterfly species rely on woodland and it is crucial for all of our bats.
Our woodland is silently dying, having a devastating impact on our wildlife. We must act, now, to save what remains.
The State of nature 2013 report shows the grim reality of the situation. Highlights include:
- 46% decline in broad-leaved woodland from 1947 to 2002, resulting in a shocking 74% decline in woodland butterflies such as the delicate wood white and pearl-bordered fritillary.
- 70% decline in woodland birds like wood warblers and pied flycatchers.
- 34% decline in ancient woodland plant diversity.
Will you help us raise £30,000 to ensure our woodland is managed to the highest environmental standards so our wildlife can thrive far into the future?
Please give as much as you can afford and respond as soon as you can so we start work.