Tuesday, 8 October 2019

Wildwood Newsletter - October

Wildwood Newsletter - October 2019
Sat 19th October - Sun 3rd November
 
New Black Fallow Deer
 
Red Squirrel Kits
 
Blackneck Pheasants
 
Fluff & Scruff Heading Into Torpor
 
Lynx Incoming!
 
Arctic Fox Experiences
 
 
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Wolf Experiences
 
 
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Thank You PTES!
 
Keep Your Eye Out!
 
Harvest Mouse Survey
 
Picture of the Month
 
 

Why we must act now, without delay

Donate today & together we can stop the wildlife catastrophe happening in the UK!
 
Wildwood Trust   Urgent Appeal
A chance of a lifetime to save our children’s future
 
Donate today & together we can stop the wildlife catastrophe happening in the UK
 
Your donation is vital to release £50,000 needed to kick start the most innovative wildlife project in the UK - but we only have until 23rd October to raise the money or we will lose it all!
 
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We will be reintroducing native species to our countryside in order to repair damaged ecosystems and restore important habitats, saving many different threatened species of British wildlife for future generations. But this can only happen with your help!
 
Wildwood has been awarded £50,000 in funding by Viridor Credits to start this project, but we must raise an additional £5,000 in donations from our supporters by 23rd October. If we are unable to reach this target before the deadline, then we will lose it all!
 
Donate today & together we can stop the wildlife catastrophe happening in the UK
 
Can you help us unlock these vital funds to start the ‘wilding’ revolution? No matter how much you can spare, it really will make a huge difference as your donation will be multiplied by 10, making even more of an impact on the future of our wildlife!
 
From little acorns mighty oaks grow and we desperately need these funds if we can help make the  UK bigger, better, and more connected for wildlife. Once we reach our goal of £5,000, any additional donations made, although not match funded, will help us as we prepare to rewild more areas across the UK.
 
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Donate today & together we can stop the wildlife catastrophe happening in the UK
 
Wildwood is preparing initial holding enclosures and infrastructure for large grazing animals for future projects. Funds raised will help us to plant over 250 native trees on site, it will also provide the infrastructure needed to keep our animals safe as we begin to turn the woodlands surrounding Wildwood into the UK’s first truly wild woodland, helping to make the ‘wilding’ revolution a reality.
 
By using bison and wild boar, along with other browsing animals, damaged ecosystems will be repaired and vital habitats restored, helping to save many different threatened species of British wildlife for future generations.
 
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Donate today & together we can stop the wildlife catastrophe happening in the UK
 
Wildwood has been at the forefront of efforts to rewild Britain, working diligently for 20 years to make Britain a wilder place. As the Government, scientists and other charities have come to realise, making land wild again is the only way we can stop the continued loss of wildlife and ensure our children will have a chance to see wildlife in our countryside in the future.
 
Our dedicated team are ready to accept your donation now. Simply click the button below to make a donation by credit/debit card online, or call us on 01227 712111 (during office hours 9am-5pm)
 
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Thank you all in advance for your support and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about this appeal.
 
 
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Sunday, 6 October 2019

Charity appeal launched to help re-create Britain’s first true ‘Wild Woodland’ in over 1000 years

 
Charity appeal launched to help re-create Britain’s first true ‘Wild Woodland’ in over 1000 years