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#Defend Nature: We Need You

Join us by speaking out about the UK Government's #AttackOnNature!

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Author: Eleanor Dodson

Big Wild Walk

Take on the Big Wild Walk challenge for nature & climate this October half term!

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Author: Eleanor Dodson

Finding Fungi

Seen a mushroom on your autumn walks? Let us know by taking part in our #FindingFungi citizen science project!

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Author: Eleanor Dodson

Record a sighting

Sending and recording your wildlife sightings helps us to learn about population changes and trends in Wiltshire's wild species.

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Volunteer

We have a range of opportunities available for any budding volunteer who can help us continue to make a difference to people and wildlife in Wiltshire.

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Author: Eleanor Dodson

Our Impact

23,000

people across the county are members of Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

1,034

hectares of land are managed by us across our 40 nature reserves, creating vital corridors for wildlife and sequestering carbon

6,400

species recorded on our nature reserves

1,565

tonnes of CO2e captured on our nature reserves. Read more in our Annual Review

Donate

If you feel strongly about helping wildlife in Wiltshire and connecting people to nature, then please consider donating to support our work.

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Amount raised: £54,549.81

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Membership

One of the best ways to support our work is to become a member. Become part of a growing, caring and passionate team and make an impact across the whole of Wiltshire and Swindon.

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Author: Michele Gard

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Amount raised: £22,991.22

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