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Common Partridge in Caucasus Wildlife Refuge overwritten with the words Season's Greetings from all at World land Trust. © Image FPWC.  

Season’s greetings and thank you for your support in 2014

As 2014 draws to a close, we can look back over a very successful year. The founding mission of World Land Trust is to save threatened habitats and endangered species. In 2014 we have been able to fulfil our mission thanks to the great generosity of the Trust's strong network of supporters - individuals, corporate sponsors, zoological collections and schools. We can't thank you enough.

John Burton, Chief Executive of World Land Trust (WLT)


Looking ahead to 2015, the Trust will continue to focus its efforts on raising funds to conserve habitat for the world's big cats through the Big Cat Appeal


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Honduran White-lipped Frog. © James McCranie.   Trail camera image of a Jaguar in El Pantanoso. © FBA.   Cerro Candelaria Reserve. © Fundación EcoMinga.

Güisayote purchase will protect critically endangered frog

A land purchase supported by WLT in western Honduras will protect the country's endangered White-lipped Frog


WLT pledges to save Jaguar habitat in Argentina

Raising funds to acquire 10,000 acres of Yungas forest in northern Argentina is apriority for WLT's Big Cat Appeal


Cerro Candelaria extension protects wildlife in Ecuador

WLT has released funds to extend Cerro Candelaria Reserve, an area of threatened habitat that shelters extraordinary biodiversity

Vietnamese   Stll of a lynx from a trail camera video. © FPWC.   Trail camera image of moving Jaguar at night in Sierra Gorda. © GESG.

WLT’s support for conservation in Vietnam bears fruit

WLT is supporting two Keepers of the Wild and a Carbon Balanced project in Khe Nuoc Trong forest. The project is progressing well



Leopard and lynx are roaming the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge

Ranger Manuk Manukyan, a WLT Keeper of the Wild, reports on exciting wildlife sightings in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge



Jaguar images captured by Keeper of the Wild in Mexico

Supported by WLT, wildlife ranger Leonel Espino Chavez is collecting important information about Jaguars in Sierra Gorda


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Fundraisers and Council members at WLT's winter gathering. © WLT.   Drayton Manor Park's branded water bottle in aid of BIAZA-WLT partnership. © Drayton Manor Park.   An image of the Atlantic forest overwritten with the words Protect the wild world with a lasting legacy. Image © Emily Y Horton.

WLT thanks supporters at Rainforest Cafe event

Staff and trustees of WLT thanked supporters and fundraisers at the Trust’s annual winter gathering



Drayton Manor Park donates £3,000 to BIAZA Buy an Acre

Drayton Manor Park makes a generous donation to WLT's partnership project with BIAZA



QualitySolicitors Norton Peskett encourages donations to WLT

WLT enjoys a successful Will Aid month in November thanks to QualitySolicitors Norton Peskett


WLT’s Christmas Gifts logo. Background image courtesy of Shutterstock.com.   WLT-BIAZA Working Together logo.   Humble Bundle logo. © Humble Bundle.

WLT gift donations make perfect Christmas presents

There's still time to order WLT gift donations if you want them to arrive in time for Christmas!

1-30 November 2014, office hours




2014 is a target-smashing year for BIAZA-WLT partnership

With £23,000 raised, WLT is delighted with the success of this year’s BIAZA partnership project




WLT corporate supporter gives US$50 million to charity

Humble Bundle, a loyal donor to WLT has donated an incredible US$50 million to charity

Closing date 31 January 2015



Three year conservation plan approved by WLT board

The plan was approved by WLT Trustees and Council members at their December meeting


Job vacancy for an Editorial Assistant

WLT is currently recruiting an Editorial Assistant to join our Communications team


WLT International Trail Camera Competition

Competition open to conservation organisations. Closing date for entries 31 January 2015

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25th Anniversary festival of nature and culture in Cerro Blanco. © Fundación Pro-Bosque.  

Fundación Pro-Bosque celebrates 25th Anniversary

Fundación Pro-Bosque, a WLT conservation partner since 2006, celebrated its 25th birthday at a festival of nature and culture in Cerro Blanco Protected Forest in December 2014. John Burton, Chief Executive of World Land Trust, sent his congratulations to Fundación Pro-Bosque, adding: “World Land Trust is also marking its 25th Anniversary this year, and I look forward to both WLT and Pro-Bosque sharing many more anniversaries to come!”

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