It’s not too late to save UK nature but we must act now - that is the conclusion from a coalition of more than 50 leading wildlife and research organisations behind the State of Nature 2016 report.
- Latest State of Nature study reports wildlife is in trouble
- 15% of UK species facing extinction
- Nature conservation projects can reverse decline
- Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust's President, Ellie Harrison launches new push for support
We can turn round the fortunes of Gloucestershire’s wildlife:
- The large blue butterﬂy is increasing in numbers and the rare frog orchid is also thriving
- And at Greystones farm where we have improved the river banks and water quality the water vole is doing well
- We are also creating a new wetland habitat for wading birds at Coombe Hill
How you can help – Say YES to Wildlife today
In response to the report and Ellie Harrison’s call for support, we are launching the ‘Say YES to Wildlife’ campaign to involve more local people in helping our precious wildlife.
If you are not a member
Say YES to Wildlife by supporting Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s work near you by becoming a member or by making a donation today.
If you are a member
Say YES to Wildlife by asking friends to view Ellie’s ﬁlm. Post a message of support on facebook.com/gloswildlife or tweet your support #YesToWildlife You can also make a donation to the Say YES to Wildlife campaign.