With your support we're able to conserve the nature and wildlife living on the land we care for. This means we are helping to reverse the decline of some species. Discover some of the plants, creatures and landscapes that are struggling. Find out how we're protecting them to help maintain the good health of the land we look after.
The unique and endangered wild asparagus plant still grows in certain parts of the UK. We've been working to keep it alive and thriving.
Our largest and rarest butterfly, the Large Blue became extinct in the UK in 1979. We're working with other organisations to reintroduce them.
With a 90 per cent decline in nightingales over the last 40 years, the team at Croome are preserving the habitat so you can continue to hear nightingales sing.
The puffin is one of the country's favourite birds. There are few better places to see them up close than on the Farne Islands in Northumberland.
Meet the sheep working tirelessly to look after nature at the places we care for. They are grazing the land in ways that help protect wildlife and landscapes for future generations.
Stackpole in Pembrokeshire is home to otters and Greater Horseshoe bats. Once rare, they now thrive in this protected environment.
At Malham Tarn Estate, we're working to save a peat cliff from rapid erosion.
As the UK's biggest land owner, we look after a lot of nature and wildlife. We strive to maintain our land as an environment that supports a rich diversity of life.
Plan your next trip to the coast. Discover our top coastal walks, our best cottages by the sea, and more things to do at the beach.
Find hundreds of places to explore on foot on our walking map and lots more walking ideas. Whatever you want from a walk, we've got something special just for you.