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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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Save our snow leopards

Help us support an innovative community-led project to ensure the survival of Mongolia's majestic snow leopards.
Habitat loss and fragmentation caused by mining and development are huge threats to the snow leopard population in Mongolia. Poaching of their body parts for traditional medicine and persecution from local herders are also having a detrimental effect. It is thought there could be as few as 4000 snow leopards left in the wild and it is vital that we act now before it’s too late.
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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

Restoring forest homes for endangered Madagascan lemurs

Lemurs’ need for trees Across Madagascar 90% of littoral forest – that’s the forest found on the shore that has adapted to grow on the sand– has been lost due to human activities. Much of it is still under threat, mainly from slash and burn agriculture and mining projects. There are some animals which are …

Detecting dormice in Bulgaria

In the fields and forests of Bulgaria, Nedko Nedyalkov and his team have been avidly looking for evidence of Roach’s mouse-tailed dormouse over the past year. This mouse-tailed dormouse is one of the Europe’s rarest mammal species and is only found in the border area of Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece. For forty years there had …

Trading the wildlife trade for a safer future for pangolins

Understanding wildlife trade Wildlife trade has made headline news recently because of the part it’s played in the coronavirus outbreak. But disease is not the only threat. Species are also at risk, sometimes even of extinction. Animals such as pangolins are being captured from the wild for consumption – whether as meat or medicine – …

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