Save The Home Of Our Red Squirrels
Red squirrels were once a common sight in the UK, but have been driven to the brink of extinction due to habitat loss and the impact of invasive species. We urgently need your help to repair their home at Wildwood Escot so they can bring hope for the conservation of this iconic species.
The red squirrel walk-through is the only place in Devon where you can see red squirrels in their natural habitat. It is already an important part of our conservation program to breed red squirrels for reintroduction into the wild and we need your help to keep it safe for our squirrels and open to visitors!Donate now to help our red squirrels
Restoring the chough to Kent
With your help we could see this charismatic bird flying over the White Cliffs of Dover for the first time in over 200 years! The Wildwood Trust has been running a captive breeding and reintroduction project for chough and are working in partnership with Kent Wildlife Trust and Paradise Park to return this iconic species to the Kent coastline. Our long term vision is to restore chough across southern England, and Dover is the perfect place to start.Donate today
Help us bring the Wildcats back to Britain
Our aim is to create the first British population of wildcats outside of Scotland since the 1800’s. The species disappeared from England and Wales a century ago because of persecution during a time when all predators, including Wildcats were considered as vermin. With your help, we can begin to establish a self-sustaining Wildcat population in areas where they once would have thrived.Help us return this beautiful species back to the wild by donating today