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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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Help protect the orangutans’ forests

Orangutans are now critically endangered. Will you help us protect their forest homes?
The forest of Borneo are being destroyed, and leaving orangutans with nowhere to live. We’re funding a team in Borneo to protect the orangutans and their forest.
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We need your help to protect stag beetles, whether you have a small town garden or manage parklands.
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Latest news from PTES

Rough Hill Orchard Update

Winter might look like a quiet time for orchards but it is a busy season for orchard management. Laura Bower, Conservation Officer, gives us an update on Rough Hill and the work to convert this once neglected orchard into a wildlife haven. Since we were last at Rough Hill, it has been flailed and looks …

Day and night in the life of a Bechstein’s bat researcher

Bechstein’s is one of the rarest British bats as their preferred woodland homes are being destroyed or intensively managed. The challenges of studying an elusive night flying animal means much remains to be learned about this wonderful species.   In this guest blog post Patrick Wright, PhD researcher at Exeter University, gives us a glimpse …

Hedgehogs on the Edge

Hedgehogs on the Edge: new report shows hedgehogs plummet by half in British countryside At least half the population of our native hedgehogs has been lost from the British countryside over the last two decades, warn two wildlife charities in a report issued today, Wednesday 7 February 2018. The State of Britain’s Hedgehogs 2018, published …

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