Our wildlife protections cannot simply be about stopping extinctions. They need to be about helping populations recover and creating healthy ecosystems.
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Over 730,000 people joined in with the 30 Days Wild challenge this year. Find out why, and what's next so that we can all stay wild all year.
The Environment Bill is back. It needs improvements to become world leading legislation but you can help.
BBOWT staff and volunteers were among thousands of people who travelled to Westminster for a historic natural environment and climate lobby with MPs outside Parliament
Founder of local group Wild About Datchet, Hannah met her local MP to discuss the draft Environment Bill, Nature Recovery Networks and local wildlife.
My connection to nature remains constant. It is, of course, my job but, more than that, nature is in my heart, it is in my DNA.
Find out why you should take The Wildlife Trusts' 30 Days Wild challenge!
This is a once in a generation opportunity to make a real difference for the environment and wildlife.
Val explains how she turned her frustration about the state of nature into action by meeting her MP. Use her experiences to help you meet your MP too.
In the same week as the Agriculture Bill was published, an announcement was also made about the badger cull and the Oxford to Cambridge Expressway.