Endangered Species Wildlife Conservation

Endangered Species Wildlife Conservation

Cornwall Wildlife Trust safeguards over 5,500 acres of land to ensure the next generation is able to enjoy the wildlife-rich landscapes we enjoy today. Delivering these conservation programmes is an enormous undertaking and we need your help. 

Tom Marshall

Help With Local Wildlife Conservation

Cornwall Wildlife Trust is one of the largest conservation bodies in the South West.

We manage over 5,500 acres of reserves which are havens for rare and threatened species and habitats.  We give wildlife a voice, campaigning on wildlife issues and focus on protecting local wildlife.

Help us to protect local wildlife.

The best way to to get involved with local wildlife is to join us.  Our 17,000 members get regular updates about events and our reserves throughout the year - click here to learn more about membership and how you can get involved.

There are a whole range of other ways to get involved.  If you want to find out more about how you can help us help local wildlife please visit the Support Us page. 

Search for particular species you are interested in below to learn more about them.

Search For Species

Amy Lewis

Become a Member and Help Wildlife

Our 17,000 members are critical to helping us protect wildlife for the future.

Click the button below to learn more about membership and how this helps.

Become a Member

Support Us to Protect Wildlife

There are lots of ways that you can support us to help protect wildlife.

From volunteering and fundraising to donating to specific local appeals, click below to learn more.

Support Us

Our Priorities

Wilder Places - More land, rivers and seas managed well for wildlife

We will:

• grow our suite of nature reserves and manage them to be the best sites for wildlife
• run wildlife projects on land and in rivers and seas
• support and advise people who own and manage land and whose activities impact on our seas and rivers

Wilder People - More people taking action and connecting with nature

We will:

• raise awareness and inspire people to take action for wildlife
• speak out on behalf of our members
• and campaign to help Cornwall’s wildlife work with communities to record and understand the state of Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places

Wilder Future - More decisions that secure the recovery and growth of wildlife

We will:

• use our knowledge and experience to influence the plans and decisions of others
• play our part in fulfilling Cornwall’s commitment to environmental growth
• engage and inspire the next generation of decision makers

However you help us, you can be sure that this is contributing to the conservation of local wildlife and species.

Join Our 17,000 Members

Jon Ross

Volunteering Options for You

Volunteer with the Wildlife Trust and make a direct impact.

Click the button below to learn more about volunteering opportunities.

Volunteer

Fundraising for the Wildlife Trust

Fundraising is a great way to help the Wildlife Trust.

Click the button below to learn more about how to fundraise.

Fundraise