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Support Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

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Join Us and Support Our Work

Join our 28,000 members to get involved with activities, discover wonderful wild places and directly contribute to safeguarding Gloucestershire’s vulnerable wildlife over 1088 hectares of land.

Become a member

The vital conservation work we do today, to ensure the next generation are able to enjoy the wildlife-rich landscapes tomorrow, is an enormous undertaking. We rely heavily on membership to generate the funds we need to do this. We cannot safeguard precious habitats and vulnerable wildlife in Gloucestershire without the support of those who live and work near them.

72p in every £1 goes towards conservation work across Gloucestershire

Become a member

We will use your membership where it is needed most, be it creating a wildlife highway in one of our woodland nature reserves, creating the best conditions for over-wintering birds at our wetland reserves or connecting our wild places to allow wildlife to recover and thrive.

Become a member

72p in every £1 is spent directly on supporting wildlife and wild places. 15p goes to securing extra funding for our work and 12p is spent on broadening our income base to safeguard for the future. 

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Not only do I know I'm helping to protect the places I love for me and my daughter to enjoy, but the events are great, we learn so much and have fun together too
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10 ways your membership helps wildlife in Gloucestershire

  1. Caring for over 60 nature reserves
  2. Protecting wildlife habitats at risk of disappearing
  3. Creating bigger, better and more connected places where people and wildlife can thrive
  4. Reversing the decline of animal populations
  5. Recreating wildflower rich meadows
  6. Bringing wildlife to urban areas
  7. Inspiring the next generation
  8. Using natural solutions to improve habitats for people and wildlife
  9. Opposing unsuitable build development
  10. Making wildlife-rich landscapes by influencing landowners