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September 2012


Save the Caucasian Leopard

WLT launches a new Special Appeal to urgently raise £20,000 by the end of the year to increase the protection of the Caucasian Leopard in Armenia. The appeal aims to fund the protection of a 1,730 acre leopard corridor and support a team of rangers to tackle trophy hunting in the region. It is estimated that there are less than 15 Caucasian Leopards left in the country - help us save them, before it is too late.

Save the Caucasian Leopard

Buy an Acre success

Buy an Acre success

Discover how the Buy an Acre appeal is regularly creating new nature reserves in Mexico, to protect a wealth of wildlife.

Decades of land protection

Decades of land protection

Celebrate land purchase success over the years to protect highly threatened Atlantic Rainforest in Paraguay.

How you can help

How you can help

Answer a couple of questions on legacies or read a Trustee's personal reason for giving to WLT in his Will.

What's new at WLT this month?

What's new this month?

Explore the new photography exhibition in our gallery, which is raising funds for conservation.

Supporter news

Fundraising achievement for Ancestor's Trail »
Successful event that raised awareness and funds to support WLT's work protecting biodiversity across the world.

Did you know?

WLT is joining the Big Give Christmas Challenge »
See your donation go even further and help WLT fund more rangers to protect wildlife, by stopping illegal hunting and habitat damage.

Other news »

Featured photograph

A Puma strolls in front of a camera-trap in the Chaco-Pantanal Reserve in northern Paraguay, supported by WLT. This ecoregion is a unique transition zone between the Dry Chaco grasslands to the west and the world's largest wetland, the Pantanal, to the east. Help protect the reserve's wildlife through Keepers of the Wild.

Puma caught on a camera trap in Paraguay

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