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World Land Trust eBulletin March 2011

 
 

Meet WLT's Keepers of the Wild

Meet WLT's Keepers of the Wild

Meet the first rangers supported by WLT's Keepers of the Wild Appeal


Fund a Ranger

Since the launch of the Keepers of the Wild Appeal at the start of the year, the WLT is well on its way to funding more rangers on our project partners' reserves.

Our first Keeper of the Wild Manuk Manukyan works for one of our newest partners, FPWC in Armenia and will ensure the protection of FPWC's Buffer Zone Reserve. Galo Vélez from Fundación Jocotoco and José Manchay who works for NCI Ecuador will be able to continue protecting threatened Ecuadorian habitats for another year thanks to WLT funding.

We look forward to hearing Manuk, Galo and José's updates from the field soon.

Find out about Manuk our first Keeper of the Wild »

Learn more about our first Ecuadorian Keepers of the Wild »

Camera trap photography competition 2011

Camera trap photography competition 2011

The WLT is partnering with BBC Wildlife magazine for a second year running on the Camera-trap Photography Competition.

The 2010 competition was a great success and although it was the first time such a competition had been held, it received an impressive 700 entries.

In addition to highlighting interesting and unseen animal behaviour, the competition also makes a real contribution to conservation as the winner receives funding for their conservation project rather than as an individual prize. Good luck if you enter the competition this year.

Read Sir David Attenborough's comments and how to enter the BBC Camera-trap competition »

Rare warbler spotted on Ecuadorian reserve

3 Cerulean Warblers found on Rio Anzu Reserve

WLT was pleased to hear that not one but three male Cerulean Warblers were spotted on Ecuadorian partner, EcoMinga's Rio Anzu reserve (left).

The species is said to be one of the fastest declining neo-tropical migrants and is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List, so it is very positive news that it will be protected during its winter visit to the reserve in Ecuador.

Find out more about this rare Ecuadorian migrant »

News in Brief

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This is an archived eBulletin: the text donation details have changed. Go to the Charity Text Donation page for the current details »

By texting WLT to 70300 you can now quickly and easily donate £3 (plus your standard network rate) to WLT's Action Fund.

Donating to charity by text message is becoming increasingly popular and with WLT it is also one of the most cost effective ways you can donate.
To add extra value to your £3 donation you can now follow a link from the "thank you" text which will lead you to a simple Gift Aid declaration.

Find out more about text donations to the WLT »

COMPETITION: Win a copy of Garden of the Jaguar
Donate to Buy an Acre in Mexico

Donate to Buy an Acre in Mexico and win a copy of Garden of the Jaguar

This month the WLT is offering a chance for you to win a copy of Garden of the Jaguar written by WLT supporter Bernardine Coverley.

 

The first person to donate to WLT's project in Mexico, and quote the eBulletin code phrase 'EBULL JAGUAR' in the comments box, will win a signed copy of Bernardine's successful book.

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Other news and updates

WLT News Spring 2011 out now
WLT News gives you an opportunity to win a copy of the Field Guide to the Birds of Colombia – with 250 pages, colour plates, illustrations and maps. See pages 11 and 12 on the PDF for details and how to enter.

Vote now to save Kenya's threatened grasslands »

 

Buy a book to benefit wildlife habitats »

 

Partner Focus: HUTAN's tree planting proves fruitful for Orang-utans »

 

Celebrating new land purchase in Mexico »

 

A view from India: Creating a global network for conservation »

 

Event: When Elephants came to Norwich »

 

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In this issue:
  • Meet WLT's Keepers of the Wild
  • Camera trap photography competition 2011
  • Rare warbler spotted on Ecuadorian reserve
  • News in brief
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