Nature & wildlife appeals
Nature reserves in our care and the threatened wildlife species they maintain need your help. See where support is needed most
Nature is just waiting for us to give a helping hand, help us by supporting our work to farm in a wildlife friendly way at Rhosili.
The Dales you see today have been shaped by human intervention over hundreds of years. We need your help to protect them
Will you help to support the vital habitats in our care, to ensure wildlife can thrive long into the future?
Historic buildings damaged by damp. Coastlines hit by storms and erosion. Countryside and the nature that calls it home disappearing. The places we all love and the people protecting them need your support like never before
Help us restore 1,000 hectares of wildflower meadows and protect species like the large blue butterfly, the turtledove and the great yellow bumblebee before it's too late.
Snowdonia's rangers are constantly working to maintain the pathways. Now, after completing their most extensive review of the landscape to date, they urgently need your help to get repairs underway on two and a half miles of the path network
Can you help plant 7,000 new trees over the next few years? In 100 years or so this 'oak' mix will develop into mature oak woodland rich in wildlife.
The Sherborne Park Estate has lots of different habitats across 4,138 acres – and over the next few years we have a lot of work to do to make it an even better place for wildlife
For centuries they have tirelessly worked the land, but Shire horses are a breed under threat. Wimpole Home Farm needs your help to ensure they have a future.
In 2008 six red squirrels were released into the gardens at Plas Newydd, now it’s estimated that 100 of this native breed thrive in woodland. We need your help to further improve their habitat and boost their population.
Our White Park Cattle herd have been with us for more than 1,000 years. They’re a real icon of Dinefwr and an important living link to our long and distant past. But they’re in danger and so is their habitat