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World Land Trust eBulletin August 2014
Chris Packham. © BBC  

Join Chris Packham and David Gower to celebrate World Land Trust’s 25th Anniversary

Chris Packham and David Gower, both Patrons of World Land Trust (WLT), are taking part in public events to mark the Trust’s 25th Anniversary. Chris Packham will be speaking at Controversial Conservation 2014, a debate at the Royal Society in London on 2 September. David Gower will be on stage at Blackfriars Hall in Norwich on 3 September. Tickets for both events are still available.

 

 

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View of Laguna Brava. © FUNDAECO   Cotton-top-Tamarin. © Alonso Quevedo.   Cerulean Warbler. © Mdf

WLT funding clinches deal on lagoon and montane forest property in Guatemala

Funding to complete the purchase of Laguna Brava is now guaranteed, thanks to WLT and a donation from Puro Coffee.

 

Cotton-top Tamarin Reserve is safe haven for critically endangered primates

WLT has helped create a reserve in north west Colombia, which is protecting two of the world’s most endangered primates.

 

Narupa Reserve expansion extends vital winter habitat for Cerulean Warbler

The Cerulean Warbler now has more protected wintering habitat in Ecuador, following an international effort backed by WLT.

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Rodrigo Zarate, sites and conservation units manager for GUYRA Paraguay. © WLT.   WLT International Trail Camera Competition Logo.   Written off vehicle. © Programme for Belize.

WLT’s partners meet the public at Birdfair 2014

Once again, Birdfair proved to be an excellent showcase for the conservation work of WLT and its programme partners.

 

 

International trail camera competition open for entries

To mark its 25th anniversary, WLT has launched an international competition for trail camera images in association with The Times.

 

 

Protecting tropical forests can be dangerous work

Two wildlife rangers were involved in an accident while trying to get the police to give assistance in arresting illegal loggers.

 

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Bengal Tiger.© Konmesa (courtesy of Shutterstock.com)   Spectacled Bear by Andrew Squires.   Nick Baker holds up a toad to the camera at night in Paraguay. © Andrea Ferreira.

WLT launches Big Cat Big Match Fortnight

WLT is holding its second match funded appeal in October 2014, this time in aid of big cats. Big Cat Big Match will be launched at the Linnean Society, London.

30 September, 7-9.15pm

 

 

Auction of painting by Andrew Squire to raise funds for WLT

An auction of Andrew Squire’s Spectacled Bear, hosted by Stafford Gallery, will take place at Wimbledon Fine Art Gallery. All proceeds to WLT.

21 September 2014, 1pm

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Nick Baker's Weird Creatures at Halesworth Arts Festival

Join TV presenter Nick Baker at The Cut in Halesworth to find out about weird creatures living in remote corners of the globe. Great family entertainment.

24 October, 7.30pm

 

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Remember WLT in your will

During Remember a Charity week we thank supporters who have named WLT as a beneficiary to their will. We shall also encourage all our regular donors to consider leaving a legacy to the Trust.

 

 

Take on a challenge

Five staff of Blackpool Zoo have completed the Three Peaks Challenge and raised £1,600 for WLT. Tempted to attempt your own challenge for WLT? Please contact our Donations Team. 

 

Become a WLT Friend

The number of WLT Friends has been increasingly and has now reached 1,500. Thank you to Alex, our 1,500th Friend, and to all the other Friends who make a monthly donation of £5 or more.

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Simon Barnes in Caucasus Wildlife Refuge. © WLT.  

Field trip to Ecuador inspires Chessington staff

Staff from Chessington World of Adventures (CWA) returned to the UK inspired by a field trip to Ecuador where they saw for themselves how donations from Chessington Conservation Fund (CCF) are benefiting conservation. Back in Britain, Lisa Britton, Primate Supervisor at Chessington, highlighted the importance of CCF’s support and the value of the field trip to southern Ecuador: “This area is considered one of the world’s highest biodiversity priorities. It truly made me proud that Chessington World of Adventures Resort’s support for World Land Trust through CCF is used so effectively.”

 

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