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July 2013

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Caucasian Leopard caught on video

The first ever camera-trap footage of a Caucasian Leopard in Armenia is being hailed as a breakthrough by the international conservation community. The video was shot in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge and shows, tantalisingly, just the tail of a leopard. Since 2010 World Land Trust (WLT) has been supporting conservation efforts to save the Caucasian Leopard in Armenia. Enjoy this historic video and please donate to our Caucasian Leopard special appeal.

Caucasian Leopard caught on video

Land purchase consolidates Buenaventura Reserve

Land purchase consolidates Buenaventura Reserve

Buenaventura Reserve in Ecuador has been extended by 578 acres (234 hectares) with help from WLT.

Green light for Keeper of the Wild in Honduras

Green light for Keeper of the Wild in Honduras

A ranger in Güisayote Biological Reserve will be employed in 2013 thanks to WLT's support for rangers.

Wildlife encounters in Bolivia's Beni savanna

Wildlife encounters in Bolivia's Beni savanna

Jo Kingsbury's describes night sightings in Barba Azul reserve, which is funded by WLT's Buy an Acre appeal.

Artist in residence, a first for WLT gallery

Artist in residence, a first for WLT gallery

Wildlife artist Bruce Pearson spent five days in WLT gallery at the beginning of July as our first artist in residence.

What's on

An Artist in the Natural World »
Work by renowned wildlife artist Bruce Pearson is on show at WLT gallery until 9 August 2013. The gallery is open: Monday to Friday, 10am - 4pm.

Mobile 'green wall' unveiled in WLT gallery »
A green wall is on display in WLT gallery to mark Halesworth in Bloom. The wall (of plants) is on loan from WLT's corporate supporter Enterprise Plants until the end of July.

Birdfair 2013 - the 'Birdwatcher's Glastonbury' »
Birdfair provides an excellent opportunity for learning, networking and for simply catching up with old friends. WLT staff will be at the show in Marquee 4 so visit the stand and say hello.

A Musical Safari with Sarah Class »
Singer, songwriter and composer, Sarah Class received worldwide acclaim in 2013 for her orchestral score for the BBC series Africa, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. She will be performing at The Cut in Halesworth on 25 October 2013 during Halesworth Arts Festival. Proceeds will go to WLT.

Get involved

WLT's new flexible website now live »
There has been a positive response to our new website, which launched this month, but what do you think? We'd love to hear your feedback.

Camera-trap competition: last call for entries »
With more than 300 entries from 60 conservation projects, the Camera-trap Photo of the Year competition is on course to showcase a range of extraordinary pictures for another year. And, with a closing date of 31 July 2013, there's still time to enter.

A Jewel in the Sulu Sea - please vote for Danjugan Island »
A competition running until 9 August is raising awareness of the conservation value of the pristine places of the Philippines. One of the 25 locations competing for votes is the protected nature reserve of Danjugan Island, which WLT helped save in the 1990s.

We did it for tapirs! Zoo keepers were 'really scared' »
Plummeting to earth upside down, and dressed as tapirs, Paradise Wildlife Park keepers showed bravery indeed - and have raised nearly £2,000 for WLT to save habitat for tapirs in Ecuador. Please show your support by making a donation.

Other news »

Featured photograph

In a remote and beautiful corner of the Cerro Prieto-Cerro La Luz reserve in Mexico's Sierra Gorda, Roberto Pedraza came across this fabulous creature, a Mexican endemic and an endangered species. "In a grassy meadow - 2,300 metres above sea level - near a full rushing creek, we found a beautiful and fat salamander (Pseudoerycea cephalica), a very willing model and eager to have her picture taken." The reserve was purchased by Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda with financial support from WLT. As a result, loggers are no longer a threat and the damp, shadowy forest habitat that the salamander needs to survive is now protected.

Featured photograph

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