Welcome to the January edition of the Wildwood newsletter and the beginning of 2018. We have some good news at the park, some great plans for the future and one bit of particularly bad news this month.
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Wildwood Trust has welcomed the Government's 25-year plan to improve the natural environment which was launched yesterday. Much of the content has been a ringing endorsement of Wildwood Trust’s charitable objectives which we have campaigned on for the last 16 years, and shows how our charity has played a significant role in shaping wildlife policy.
Keepers and conservationists at Wildwood Trust took delivery of four of Britain’s rarest lizards today.
The sand lizards, which were believed to have gone extinct in Kent in the 1970’s, will be bred at the Canterbury based wildlife conservation charity with a view to reintroducing them to their former range.
Wildwood Trust, Kent’s Unique Wildlife park and conservation charity, are thrilled to announce that two of our beavers are set to be released to reinforce the population in the Knapdale Forest in Scotland.
Wildwood Trust has helped repopulate The North Wales Island of Anglesey with Red Squirrels over the last 12 years, but as the native reds recolonise the mainland, Wildwood is now providing Red Squirrels to give support to their expansion and ensure their spread throughout the U.K.
This month has seen the birth of seven Red Squirrel babies at Wildwood who will be released into the wild in Wales as soon as they have grown into adulthood.