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30 Days Wild

This June, can you do something wild every day for 30 days? Take the challenge and get a free pack of goodies to help you go wild!

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Protecting wildlife in North Wales

Together with our members and volunteers, we are committed to enabling wildlife to survive and thrive across north Wales. We’d love you to join us.

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Go Wild in June!

Beach clean, strandline search and wildflower walk at West Shore plus some family-friendly activities on the prom. Come along to sign up for '30 Days Wild', collect your pack, and kick off your 'Wild June' with a bang!

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Our Wild Coast group

Our Wild Coast group © North Wales Wildlife Trust


Applications for youth traineeships now open!

North Wales Wildlife Trust are offering a free conservation training course for young people in Anglesey and North Gwynedd this summer.

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Wilder Future

Join our campaign for a #WilderFuture

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Hedgehogs: Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography


Wildlife advice

Wanting to make a home for nature in your garden? Seen an interesting species in your local area and want to report it? Have you found an injured or stranded animal? Take a look at our FAQs and we'll see if we can help!

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Sir David Attenborough