50th Anniversary Cornish Wildlife Appeal
In 2012 we launched three appeals, to protect Cornish heathland, meadow and woodland wildlife on our nature reserves during our 50th Anniversary year. In total, we have raised an incredible £17,169. Read more about these appeals below...
Cornish woodland wildlife appeal
Woodlands are home to birds, butterflies, dormice and much more but sadly they are under threat. We have raised £5,194 towards our target of £10,750, so that we can carry out vital work in our woodlands such as creating new woodland glades, putting up nest boxes, caring for new trees and more - protecting our precious wildlife.
Cornish heathland wildlife appeal
We have raised £6,660 of our £17,300 target, to ensure our heathland nature reserves receive the essential care they need, helping to protect butterflies and other special heathland wildlife. There is still the chance to support this appeal...
Cornish meadow wildlife appeal
We have raised £5,311 of our target of £11,500, so we can start major enhancements to our most precious meadows. This will help protect rare meadow flowers such as the greater butterfly-orchid and heath lobelia. Butterflies, birds and bees will also be protected! There is still the chance to support this appeal...
Donate online to our appeals
Just fill in the form then pay through our secure payment provider WorldPay. Thank you, you are making a difference to the future of Cornwall's wildlife.