It's easy to appreciate the beauty of our county and all the creatures that call it home. We all love nature. But it's when we turn that love into action that we can see positive change.
Like bringing the large blue butterfly back to Daneway Banks. It became extinct in the UK in 1979, but a reintroduction programme started in the 1990s and in the last two years we've seen our highest counts ever. In fact, Daneway Banks is now home to one of the largest populations of large blue butterfly in the country.
By supporting the practical work of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, you can make a meaningful difference to wildlife on over 60 nature reserves near where you live - like Daneway Banks, Coombe Hill and Woorgreens.
There's no escaping the fact that many of our best-loved species are seriously struggling. We can't stand by and do nothing. Where wildlife has flourished in the past, it can do so again - but only if we work together.
Please say 'YES' to wildlife and support Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust with £5 a month. Together we can turn the fortunes of our wildlife around.