Who we are

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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Protecting lions from being killed

Tanzania’s Ruaha Park is home to a tenth of the world’s lions. But it also has the highest rate of lion killing in East Africa.
We’re supporting Amy Dickman’s Ruaha Carnivore Project to help reduce lion deaths. We’re helping by protecting livestock from being attacked to prevent lions being killed in revenge. We’re also encouraging young men who may have previously been involved in lion hunts to become Lion Defenders instead. And we’re changing community attitudes by making lion presence a benefit rather than a danger.
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From protecting saiga antelope in Uzbekistan to Dormice in Warwickshire. Find out more about the impact we have here in the UK and around the world.
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Join us in mammal spotting this spring

Register to take part in our annual Living with Mammals survey. By knowing who our wild neighbours are, we can begin to understand and help the wild animals on our doorstep.
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Latest news from PTES

Hedgehog fun in the sun

PTES and partners Doodles and Scribbles were invited by the team at the park’s wonderful community greenhouses to run a half term hedgehog morning for local kids. It was a full house of babies, toddlers, older children, parents and grandparents as the sun shone in south London.  We introduced the children to the world of …

Helping hedgehogs in our towns & cities: your free guide

Our Hedgehog Ecology and Land Management guide is for anyone who manages green spaces within a town or city, including parks, schools, churchyards and recreational spaces. The illustrated booklet provides clear and detailed advice on helping hedgehogs, and the different ways land can easily be managed to become more hedgehog-friendly. The guide also includes advice …

Free Wildlife Assessment Checker Tool for homeowners

What is the ‘Wildlife Assessment Check’ tool? Whether a development site is in a rural or urban area, it’s vital that wildlife and habitat value are considered to avoid habitat loss, fragmentation and the damaging impact of daily human activity on the land. Development sites can put pressure on the biodiversity of a particular habitat, …

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