Saving threatened habitats worldwide

World Land Trust - Rainforest Conservation in Action

  • Big Cat Big Match Fortnight - 1-15 October 2014

    Big Cat Big Match Fortnight

    1-15 October 2014
    WLT is putting the spotlight on big cats with a major appeal to raise funds to save big cat habitat.

  • Eastern Striped Manakin © Nick Athanas

    Atlantic Forest Appeal, Brazil

    With the dust now settled on the football World Cup and the Olympic Games in Rio still two years away,World Land Trust is keeping Brazil in focus with a special appeal for £25,000 to purchase land in theAtlantic Forest.

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  • World Land Trust International Trail Camera Competition 2014 in association with the Times logo

    Trail Cam competition

    To mark its 25th anniversary World Land Trust is launching a new, international competition for trail camera images in association with The Times newspaper.

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  • Who are the World Land Trust

    Who are we?

    World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation charity that takes direct action to save rainforest and other wildlife habitats.

  • White-backed Stilts in the Pantanal

    Become a Regular Donor

    For as little as £5 a month, you can become a WLT Friend and help protect the natural world.

  • Elephant in Southern India

    What we have achieved

    Nearly half a million acres saved and a further 2.5 million acres under protection agreements.


Sir David Attenborough, WLT Patron

David Attenborough: Why I support WLT

"The money that is given to the World Land Trust, in my estimation, has more effect on the wild world than almost anything I can think of."

Hear why Sir David supports WLT »

Big Cat Big Match Fortnight

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WLT Buy an Acre

Chris Packham

WLT is saving threatened habitats acre by acre, creating protected nature reserves across the world. You can help us provide more safe havens for some of Earth's most vulnerable wildlife.

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