What we do

What we do

Cors Coch Nature Reserve volunteers

We protect wildlife

Together with our members and volunteers, we work to protect wildlife across north Wales, both on our 36 nature reserves and through our work with others.

 

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Kingfisher at SpinniesAberogwen Nature Reserve

Kingfisher at Spinnies Aberogwen Nature Reserve - Gary Eisenhauer

We manage natural landscapes

North Wales Wildlife Trust manages over 750 hectares of land for wildlife across North Wales, including some of the region's top nature reserves and land belonging to other individuals and organisations.

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OPAL pollination

OPAL pollination

We teach people about nature

We teach people of all ages to care for wildlife through working with schools and community groups, training sessions, and our exciting wildlife events.

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Wrexham Industrial Estate Living Landscape panorama

Wrexham Industrial Estate Living Landscape panorama - Sky Cat

We value the connectivity of natural habitats, wildlife and people

Through our Living Landscape projects we aim to show that large-scale restoration of wildlife corridors is good for people’s health and well-being and the local economy.  

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Jelly fish

Jelly fish

Marine wildlife is special to us

We raise awareness of, and campaign to protect the coastal waters of North Wales which harbour an amazing and precious undersea world.

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We campaign for wildlife

We raise awareness about issues affecting wildlife.

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We advise others

We provide planning and other professional services to local authorities, businesses and individuals.

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Support us

We couldn't work to protect and conserve wildlife in North Wales without your help. Please support us by becoming a member, volunteering with us or via other means ...

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