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We’ve been standing up for wildlife for over 40 years. With the help of scientists, conservationists, landowners, and the general public, we’re working to protect our delicately balanced ecosystem by bringing our most threatened species back from the brink.

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Will you give a dormouse a home this Christmas?

We need your help to provide and maintain nest boxes for dormice at woodland sites all over Britain.
The sleepy dormouse is one of our most treasured mammals, however habitat loss and fragmentation has resulted in the population declining by 50% since 2000. Our conservation work has meant that many dormice populations are doing well where conditions are just right, but others remain in decline.
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Latest News

Dormouse report shows drastic decline

Our new State of Britain's Dormice report reveals our native dormouse population has declined by half since 2000, yet at some sites, dormice numbers are increasing. Read the report and find out why some sites might be better than others and the reasons for the decline.
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Latest news from PTES

Xena’s return – fieldwork with the Little Fireface Project team

Over the past few months, we have had quite a few new slow loris additions into our LFP family. It all really started with the sighting of Xena, a female loris we thought had dispersed and left her home range last year. It is normal for slow lorises, especially younger ones, to move from home …

Project update: Protecting the critically endangered Kondana soft-furred rat

We have just heard some exciting news from our friend Sameer Bajaru, at the Bombay Natural History Society. Several years ago, we supported his work looking at how to protect one of India’s most threatened animals: the Kondana soft-furred rat. A truly unique species These special rats are only found in a tiny locality in …

A morning in Tres Islas for the giant otter project: a blog by Dr Adi Barocas

Dr Adi Barocas is the project leader in Peru for our giant otter project. Giant otters are under threat from illegal gold mining activities and deforestation which are severely affecting their habitat in the Peruvian amazon. The team’s studying several giant otter family groups both in a protected area, within Manu National Park, and areas …

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