Buglife is the only organisation in Europe devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates, and we are passionately committed to saving Britain's rarest little animals, everything from bees to beetles, and spiders to snails
The conservation of butterflies, moths and our environment. Butterfly Conservation was formed by a small group of dedicated naturalists in 1968 following the alarming decline of many beautiful butterflies and moths.
The Hawk and Owl Trust is the only organisation in the UK working specifically for birds of prey including owls. As top predators, bird of prey are a vital indicator of the health of the environment. Working for their benefit means protecting and creating suitable habitats for their prey - thus benefiting many different species.
To rescue and protect rhino in their natural habitat by delivering tangible results in anti-poaching and habitat preservation. To instigate educational initiatives that highlight the importance of conserving rhino and other endangered species and the benfits that can be derived from a sustainable co-existence between man and wildlife.
Lions are now an endangered species, and we have watched the decline from the sidelines for far too long. It is now up to us to have the courage, fortitude, and strength to protect and conserve a species globally representative of the freedom and importance of wild animals
Our natural water resources and ecosystem are under pressure from abstraction, pollution, intensive agriculture and climate change. Rivers Trusts are countering this by actively engaging and working with planners, landowners, farmers and local communities to carry out practical improvement projects.
Salmon & Trout Conservation (S&TC) is the national voice for protection of UK water environments. We are the only UK charity campaigning for wild fish and where they live. Our goal is for UK waters to be rich in biodiversity, supporting abundant and sustainable populations of wild fish and all other water-dependent wildlife.
The Friends of Bedgebury Pinetum is a charitable organisation that supports the work of Bedgebury, a world renowned collection of temperate conifers and an important living resource for research, science, conservation and education.
To raise awareness of the real threat of extinction to the world's last remaining wild tiger populations, and endeavour to prevent the loss of wild tigers through conservation projects in the remaining tiger territories.
The BBKA works to promote bees and bee-keeping and to provide a range of member services to UK bee keepers. One in three mouthfuls of the food we eat is dependent on pollination at a time when a crisis is threatening the world's honey bees.
Our international wildlife charity is devoted to compassionate conservation and wild animal welfare! Every year, Born Free helps hundreds of thousands of animals worldwide - lions, elephants, tigers, gorillas, wolves, polar bears, dolphins, marine turtles and much more in their natural habitat, working with local communities to help people and wildlife live together without conflict.
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust was established because of serious concerns about the 'plight of the bumblebee'. In the last 80 years our bumblebee populations have crashed. Two species have become nationally extinct and several others have declined dramatically
One of the greatest wildlife stories of our time is unfolding right now. The demise of the Asian elephant and its efforts to fight back.
Losing the Asian elephant would result in the collapse of Asia’s already fragile ecosystems. Protecting these ‘elephant corridors’ is not only essential for the conservation of Asian elephants, but also for their habitat and all creatures that share it.
Wild flowers, plants and fungi are the life support for all our wildlife and their colour and character light up our landscapes. But without our help, this priceless natural heritage is in danger of being lost.
CPRE campaigns for a sustainable future for the English countryside, a vital but undervalued environmental, economic and social asset to the nation. We highlight threats and promote positive solutions.
We aim to: create new native woodland with the help of communities, schools, organisations and individuals; protect our precious ancient woods, restore the ones that are damaged and fight for those under threat; inspire people up and down the country to visit woods, plant trees, and enjoy the many benefits that woodland has to offer.
To save wetlands and their wildlife and raise awareness of the issues that affect their survival. To enhance people’s lives through learning about and being close to nature and inspiring them to help WWT’s conservation work worldwide