Support Gloucestershire's wildlife and wild places today
Gloucestershire has wonderful wildlife and landscapes; wild places where the song of the skylark high above the wildflower meadow can be heard and the ghostly white of a barn owl hunting at dusk can be seen.
Sadly Gloucestershire's natural environment is under threat and every day our precious places are lost to fragmentation, development and neglect. Our wild places are going through unseen and unprecedented change that threatens to impact on our heath, wellbeing and the economy.
I support the Trust because I was concerned there would be no wildlife left for my grandchildren
Jeanie Brown, member and volunteer
Your support is more important than ever. With your help and support we can protect our special habitats and our many threatened species such as otters, water voles, dormice and stag beetles.
Whether you can spare a few hours to volunteer in one of our 60 nature reserves, or wear your wellies for the day and get your colleagues to donate a £1 or how about joining our 27,500 members and join from as little as £2 a month.
By supporting us today you will be protecting our wildlife and realise our plans for a Gloucestershire which is protected for future generations.