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April 2012


Acres for Easter

Giving acres as a gift will help forests flourish this spring and provide more safe havens for some of Earth's most vulnerable wildlife. In Guatemala, we are protecting tropical forest and pristine lagoons asasafe haven for Howler monkeys, dolphins and manatees. For as little as £25 you can help us protect this habitat. Every donation comes with a beautifully designed gift pack that is personalised specially.

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Rare bird spot

Rare bird spot

Mountain Trogons, a reclusive bird species, are caught on camera in our Mexico reserve. Cameras are used to record species, but also protect wildlife against illegal hunting and habitat damage.

Leave a legacy

Leave a legacy

Sir David Attenborough: "A legacy to WLT is a legacy for future generations, ensuring some of the last remaining strongholds of our earthly paradise will survive for our descendants."

Volunteer in a nature reserve

How to help

Volunteer in a nature reserve in Brazil's Atlantic Rainforest and help run the Guapi Assu Bird Lodge - working with our partner REGUA to make sure visitors have an unforgettable holiday.

WLT gallery exhibition

What's new?

Andrew Squire's new series of beautiful wildlife paintings was inspired by an invitation from WLT to paint an Exhibition of Birds for our new gallery, on display between 31 March and 26 April.

Supporter news

Supporter wins Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 »
Congratulations to Sven Segal, founder and CEO of ethical shoe company Po-Zu, for winning the Entrepreneur of the Year at the People and Environment Achievement Awards 2012.

Did you know?

You can read WLT News online »
Our latest newsletter, published three times a year, is available to read online: WLT News gives an interesting and in-depth insight into our conservation work across the world.

Other news »

Featured photograph

This stunning image of a fearless Black-Backed jackal running rings round a male lion was the winning photo in BBC Wildlife Magazine’s Camera-trap Competition 2011, sponsored by WLT. Find out how the competition successfully supports conservation and how to enter.

Black-Backed jackal and male lion

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